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November 2008

htmlwrapper - Google Code

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Wrapper is a cross-browser compliant HTML/CSS rendering engine written in ActionScript that sits on top of your standards compliant HTML page. Wrapper eliminates cross-browser issues and makes integrating ActionScript and HTML/CSS projects possible without needing to compile. Wrappers strives to answer the most common problems web designers face without forcing them to learn too many new things. Most web sites can be created in HTML or CSS, then when you need to extend Wrapper's capabilities you can either use JSON to call functions within ActionScript or you can load compiled plug-ins. Wrapper also has built in methods within CSS to load custom fonts, display elements as any shape, and fill them with linear or radial gradient background colors. ActionScript's event model is also implemented within Wrapper's HTML. Wrapper's best features are the ones that you get for free because of how it is set up. It's like getting all the great features of the Flash Player without needing to deal with compiling and being able to create your content the same way any HTML page would be created. Wrapper is fully accessible to the search engines and integrates well with any back-end technology. Wrapper is currently released as a fully functional open source beta for Flash Player 9. Wrapper is set up as a pre-compiled plug-in but can easily be integrated into any Flex or AIR applications or even as an ActionScript framework for creation of compiled projects.

June 2007

SwfIR : En attendant les CSS3 ? - Babylon-Design - Tutoriaux WebDesign : Adobe Photoshop, XHTML/CSS, Accessibilité

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SwfIR n'est pas une marque de produits nettoyant révolutionnaire mais une methode pour appliquer des styles originaux à vos images en passant par un JavaScript et un peu de Flash. Vous connaissiez sIFR, découvrez SwfIR… SwfIR est un script non intrusif, c'est-à-dire qu'outre le fait que vous devez linker un fichier JavaScript à votre page, vous n'avez pas besoin de modifier le code XHTML de votre page. Ce script permet à vos images d'appliquer des styles inexistants en CSS2 : ombres portées, bordures arrondies, coins arrondis, rotation. Le principe est que SwfIR va remplacer les images que vous aurez spécifiées par un Flash qui intégrera ces images pour leur appliquer ces styles.