With this release FDT can easily switched to dark theme:Simply select the Dark theme and apply. The Dark theme is available since Eclipse 4.4 (Luna). Older versions of Eclipse (and FDT) does not support color themes of this form. The FDT views and editors will switch to their default dark color set: In case you […]
Things were pretty hectic last week but we’ve been able to put together some links we came across….
- After watching Elad Elrom‘s flashongames presentation on ’20 Tips on how to optimize your flash applications’, I checked out his repository on github and found some cool stuff.
- Erik van Nieuwburg (@RumblingSkies) had a few tweets about FDT shortcuts; I especially liked this one:
- “Another killer #FDT shortcut: CTRL+F8 / CMD+F8 to quickly switch perspectives.” <original tweet>
- Patrick Kulling shared some interesting findings:
- One about strongly typed constants with AS3 and another about optimizing flash content.
- Mattes Groeger tweeted an alternative way to initialize vectors: “Didn’t know you can initialize a vector like this: Vector.<Number>([1.2, 1.0, 0.8, 1]) Awesome! #as3 http://bit.ly/hFbz5V“ <original tweet>
- Which then leads to Thibault Imbert’s post “Digging More Into Molehill APIs“.
- The Hawaii Flash User Group posted a tutorial about using FDT to create a SWC from a linked resource.
- Lastly, the team came across this post about popular Eclipse plugins. There’s a ton to dive into there.