Friday, March 28, 2008

Photoshop Express: just presets, no sliders!

Photoshop Express Beta was launched.
If you want to use sliders to select values instead of clicking on 6 or so presets you'll still have to "See What's Possible".
Did they use Cairngorm, did they, did they?!
The api seems to return vanilla XML. Sooo 2002 :p
Guess this one is supposed to be a working gadget, not just a showcase.
Still Beta!


Blogger Unknown said...

Cairngorm? It is so 2007 :) Everybody starts to use PureMVC, even Adobe gives its premises for the presentations of PureMVC:

London, England
Date: Thursday, March 27th 2008
Time: 2pm to 4pm
Location: Adobe's Regents Park Office

Hamburg, Germany
Date: Friday, March 28th 2008

Time: 20:00 - 22:00 (doors open at 19:45)
Location: Adobe's Hamburg Office

9:12 PM, March 29, 2008  
Blogger cosmin said...

Hello man!
I've heard a lot of great things about PureMVC. Including the idea that it's better than Cairngorm.
I cannot be the judge of that because I use Pixlib and my work is mostly Flash. But I can see the value of such a framework. Only hearing MVC makes me dance. So the Pure part makes me even more happy :D
Also it's so great to see that an AS framework was ported to other languages and not the other way around.
These days I'm searching for a JavaScript super light MVC framework for some Jiggy dev and at this point I really wish PureMVC had a JS version. Maybe I can find some time and attempt a port myself...

10:38 AM, March 31, 2008  

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