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Flash da Web and Dolphin community script

Finally, we have installed Dolphin 6.0 Demo and uploaded our templates. We take a great interest in WEB, Flash and any sort of creative work and we have made two templates for Dolphin Community Builder. By the way, we believe that these templates are the best available now for Dolphin v6.0. There are several reasons:

  • first of all these are wide templates optimized for 1024×768,
  • professionally made CSS and xhtml are loaded faster,
  • the templates support Dolphin’s “Index builder”, “Menu Builder”, “Profile builder”, etc,
  • template switching panel included (which is not implemented in default templates),
  • the templates have modern design,
  • lots of other merits…

You can test these templates on our demo.

These 2 templates are not yet completed and therefore are not yet available for downloading. We plan to finish them and put to downloads as soon as Dolphin 6.0.3 is released and the templates are modified to fit all 6.0.x versions… Now the templates work great with .0002 and .0001 but we want to make even more flexible templates.

So, current set of templates contains:

“Dreamline” – based on free dreamline template

“Twilight” – based on http://alt.com

Dreamline free XHTML + CSS template

We are happy to announce the release of the first FREE template on FlashDaWeb.

The name of the template is “deamline”.

Why dreamline? – because it’s fresh, interesting and not like all of the rest website templates.

Visit Demo

dreamline template

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Download: Dreamline free XHTML template  Dreamline free XHTML template (62.5 KiB, 9,186 Downloads)
(it’s free but we ask to leave a link “design by flashdaweb”)

AIR is getting popularity and Adobe releases AIR beta2

It’s not a secret that good things are always accepted fast by internet community. AIR being at a stage of Beta 2 (which has been released on October 1st by Adobe) it is already used for building a great number of software by leading companies all over the world.

AOL has released their “AOL Top 100 Videos” widget, which allows their users to see the hottest 100 music videos available at AOL! Pretty cute interface and nice functionality. Well done AOL!

On the other side of market, eBay, leading shopping and auctioning company, releases a desktop version of eBay . What a great thing! Now you may do all the web stuff in a single application, which is, of course, supplied with quite a user-friendly interface and does all its functions just right. Already has won a guitar effect processor using this tool. My compliments to eBay team!

Entertaining companies also haven’t left the AIR technology unnoticed, Nickelodeon has brought their www.nick.com to kids’ desktops using Adobe’s product. What a shame I’m not a kid :)

Adobe has listed a number of their well-known customers but I found the above three to be the best use of former Apollo technology.

Such news should inspire more developers to gain more skills to build RIA-application and invite more investors with new ideas to be easily ported to both web and desktop.

Viva AIR! Viva Adobe!