Last Saturday, Philadelphia was host to its first ever FlashCamp event. The event brought together some of the biggest names in Flash and Flex in the neighborhood and beyond (special kudos to Rob Hall for organizing the event from vision to a lot of very hard work). I did have one session at the event as well, as I walked through some of the libraries I have started using in a lot of my projects, including the soon to be alpha-ed Espresso Reader. These libraries included:
- The CIM logging framework including LogBook
- Drew Cummins’ Green Threading library
- Performance measurement libraries like gskinner’s performance testing harness
- Some miscellaneous classes that I have written for AIR apps
Anyway, the entire presentation is embedded below for posterity. My favorite lib is the green threading one which is saving me a lot of headaches in terms of keeping my application performant even while doing a lot of data processing. I’ll probably have a separate post up soon with a good example on that.