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Getting Your Feet Wet with Angular Animations

Imagine you get into a car start the engine, touch the acceleration and go from 0 to 60 in the blink of an eye. You then take the wheel to turn right and instead of a smooth turn the car takes an immediate 90 degree turn.

This is how interface design feels without smooth transitions. It works, but it does not feel natural to the user. Animations can give your design the illusion of depth and lifelike motion, creating a more 3D space and giving the user the feeling of being inside the design.

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26 Aug 2015

Using JMeter to Load Test Live HLS Concurrency of Wowza Streaming Engine

When I was tasked with determine the max users that an m4.xlarge AWS instance running WowzaStreamingEngine delivering HLS content could reliably handle; I found out quickly I had a fairly difficult task ahead of me. Luckily I found a few blog posts that pointed me in the right direction and provided the base JMeter test plan to work with.

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19 Aug 2015

Different uses for the HTML5 Canvas tool

One of my co-workers suggested I look into the HTML5 Canvas as a possible solution. After looking into the canvas element I realized it was not only the perfect solution to my current problem, but it could also be a very useful tool for future projects involving graphical elements that need to changed based on user interaction.

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11 Mar 2015

Setting the Record Straight on Adobe Connect Licensing Again

As of March 9th, 2015, the licensing model has changed for Adobe Connect. Read this summary of the licensing terms that have been added, revised, and removed. If you are a current Adobe Connect customer, you will be given a grace period to change any existing licensing over to the new licensing terms. New customers will need to adhere to the licensing terms on purchase.

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19 Feb 2015

Using PHDS/PHLS/PRTMP? A case for updating to AMS 5.0.7.

Using the PHDS, PHLS, or PRTMP feature of Adobe Media Server is reliant on some certificate files provided with the installation. From time to time these files are set to expire and new files are provided by new AMS install versions. With the release of AMS 5.0.7, it has been noted in the release notes that these certificate files will need to be replaced again before April 6th, 2015:

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