A new section on the Adobe Developer Connection it’s up , ActionScript 3 migration cookbook and it looks really usefull if you’re still using ActionScript 2 on a regular basis this cookbook would be a good migration point.
You can already see some entries online or download the pdf version of the ActionScript 3 migration cookbook
An excerpt form the site:
The ActionScript 3 migration cookbook beta provides a quick introduction to migrating to ActionScript 3 from ActionScript 2. It is targeted at designers and developers who have some experience scripting content within Adobe Flash CS4 Professional. It does not require an understanding of object-oriented programming.
The new Adobe Flash Player 10 Beta 2 has been released yesterday on Adobe Labs, with some improved and new features, like some enhancement of the Audio API, new Loader.unloadAndStop for easier garbage collecting, Linux WMODE, and some changes in the FullScreen keyboard access. for more info and download check Adobe Labs Flash Player 10.
The new Flex 3 and AIR betas are available on labs this is the last public beta releases, the new betas resolve various bugs from beta 2, so if you haven’t already give it a try.
Here’s The info on Adobe Labs:
This final beta release focuses on overall quality and performance, providing a final look at Flex Builder 3 prior to launch. Please use this opportunity to further explore the new features, communicate any final feedback, and test your existing Flex applications using the Flex 3 framework.
This download provides the beta 3 version of Adobe AIR. This runtime is required to run any Adobe AIR application. The Adobe AIR beta 3 was released on December 12, 2007 and contains a timeout that will cause it to stop working on November 1, 2008.
Visit Adobe Labs for more info
AIR on Labs
Flex on Labs
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