Baldscone recently completed some Flash work for the Innocent Juices kids website (@ Holler Digital) including this quick little flash game from scratch in just over a week.
Play it now
Baldscone recently completed a total rebuild of this Flash site for a classic car company Paul Rogers Engineering.
The all flash site is dynamically built and allows the owner to easily update images and text easily.
Baldscone was asked to do a quick physic interactive for Nationwide careers site. The career areas are updated via xml and can be thrown around and rolled over. Box2D loveliness.
Produced to allow prospective employees to assess whether they are suitable for a job at Vodafone. Created in Adobe Flash and using Papervision 3D.
Click here to view a demo in action.
Baldscone created this Papervision 3D and image slideshow Flash component for a Vodafone website recently. It relies solely on code to produce the animation and is fully configurable with different images, timing etc.
To view, click here.
Baldscone has produced a simple iPhone app to help with Tim’s accounting.
Invoice Split helps you to calculate the correct amounts of income tax and/or VAT to save every time an invoice gets paid. Quickly calculate the amount of VAT to keep aside for HMRC, how much to set aside for income tax, and more importantly how much ends up being your money to spend! Easily work out how much VAT was included without having to grab a calculator.
For more on Invoice Split visit the app’s dedicated page here.
Baldscone was asked to develop this energy related game as part of the NSAP ThinkPower website. The game involves a race against the clock to answer questions and hook up energy components to complete a circuit. It also hooks up to an online leaderboard so users can compete against other kids.
Baldscone was recently asked to develop this iPhone application for a client. The application allows users to browse, download and view PDF files. It is a free app and uses several custom coded views – namely the main menu slider view. New PDFs can be updated or added at anytime by the client while the user can navigate each PDF using pinch gestures to zoom, double tap to resize and swipes to flip pages etc.
Download it from the App Store for free now if you are interested in a job!
Wow – I’d never seen this one before. So I’m putting up here to remind me what to look for if I ever see it again!
Basically I had a SWF that ran fine in debug build mode in FlashDevelop but if I set it to compile as a release version this error soon appeared.
On closer inspection it turns out that in the line that was crashing (which was hard to find in itself) I was using a variable named “h” in a loop. The clue was that this var h:DisplayObject was coloured green by the compiler and therfore most likely an internal variable in a parent class. All I did was change it for something a bit more descriptive and unique and it all compiled. So lessons learnt – listen to the code highlighting hints and don’t be lazy and use short variable names!
A bit of searching also suggested that it may be a Flex 4.1 SDK related bug as I would have assumed that the compiler would give you a warning even when compiling a debug version. If anyone can shine any more light on this one please post.