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Last year Ryerson University had a booth at NAB and I was part of the crew that demonstrated our (pre-alpha) television studio in the cloud project. During the show Ryerson was invited to the IBC show held in Amsterdam last...
Every project has its annoying moments that often are quickly forgotten. So before I forget, I thought I'd make some notes in case this one is useful for someone else. Our FFmpeg-based video compositing engine connects to FMS in order...
Over the years I've worked on a few moderately complex applications that used Flash Media Server (FMS). Each time I had to create a small component framework so I could manage server-side objects and their resources. In late 2009 I...
This is a long post. I wrote it while preparing a presentation on RTMFP for Toronto's FITC Flash festival next week. After I recover from the festival I'll post the sample files for the demo applications. The Flash player is...
We need to get away from the idea that we should share and synchronize files or application windows and look at real-time sharing of data models within the browser.
Simple standalone Web applications only need three layers: presentation, domain, and data source. If you are using Flex or AJAX and don't need to submit any forms, do you still need an MVC framework? I think the answer is no.

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