Marielle Lange's Blog (5)

Personalized widgets

I have started programming a few simple learning activities that can be added on web pages flex labs. They are all designed to be easy to embed.Here is an example.















This is simply a matter of specifying parameter values in the embedding code (pretty much the same way youTube does). I won't be in a position to provide any reliable service for another few weeks (I am about to… Continue

Added by Marielle Lange on October 17, 2007 at 1:02pm — No Comments

Comic Strip Creator in Flex

Tell me what you think of my Comic strip creator in Flex.











That's an early version, I am still early on in my learning of Flex. This was inspired by an ajax version at witty comics. Slow loading, I know. I need to spend a bit of time optimizing all these images as much as I… Continue

Added by Marielle Lange on September 28, 2007 at 5:07am — No Comments

Flex to create learning resources

Started learning Flex. I had stayed away from Actionscript in the past. As the software I write tend to require a gui interface, I was not much enthused by the timeline and movie clip analogies.





With the move to AS3 (a proper OO language) and the introduction of a XUL like language to rapidly define the interface elements, they got me seriously consider taking the time to learn actionscript. After a few weeks looking into it,… Continue

Added by Marielle Lange on August 14, 2007 at 4:52pm — No Comments

Slideshows, 2.0 way

I gave a try to the slidy slideshow solution, to publish a slideshow directly in the browser, using web 2.0 technologies (in fact, strictly javascript -- see also S5, by Eric Meyer). The result is not bad at all... at least when viewing it on my large screen mac.





Check out for yourself: CoP001 -- Cognitive Psychology: A… Continue

Added by Marielle Lange on August 1, 2007 at 3:26pm — No Comments

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