If you want some more sample code for the SoundCloud-AS3-API, look no further: I just pushed the Scup repository to github: http://github.com/dorianroy/Scup. Continue reading Scup Source Code Released
Tag Archives: AIR
Scup 1.1 released – now runs on Linux as well
I’ve just released a minor update for Scup. If you have already installed Scup, you should get the update automatically the next time you launch it. If not, get it here.
The new version 1.1 adds the new set type “Sample Collection”, enables bulk editing of the track type parameter and fixes a few issues (thanks for your bug reports!). Continue reading Scup 1.1 released – now runs on Linux as well
SoundCloud Uploader Scup 1.0 released
That’s right, Scup is now out of beta! You can grab the 1.0-release from the newly designed website dorianroy.com/scup. If you have already installed Scup, you should get the update automatically the next time you launch it.
And if you haven’t heard of Scup before, here’s what it’s all about. Continue reading SoundCloud Uploader Scup 1.0 released
Today I’ve released a little AIR tool for all SoundCloud heavy-users. It’s called Scup, which is short for SoundCloud Uploader – and it does just that. You can upload tracks from your desktop by simply dragging them on the program window and then create a set (i.e. a playlist) consisting of these tracks. Grab it here! I hope you’ll find it useful. Continue reading Introducing Scup
Why can’t Adobe get the settings dialogs right?
Recently a client called me and asked how he could get rid of the update dialog that suddenly kept popping up on the nice AIR video app running in his lobby. It only took a minute to find the answer, but I was really surprised by what I found.
You probably know the cumbersome Flash Player Settings Manager that you can only access on a special Macromedia page? I’d really like to know how many people think that they fell victim to a phishing attack when they see this Adobe page with a macromedia.com URL. Continue reading Why can’t Adobe get the settings dialogs right?