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Flash Design

Flash Design

Flash

By using Adobe’s popular design platform Flash, our designers can integrate video, audio, text and animated graphics to create a truly immersive user experience. Our Flash design team is adept at creating captivating websites, CDs/DVDs, trade show presentations, digital signs and displays. In fact, 15 of the 18 ADDY Awards we won in 2004–2005 were for projects that incorporated Flash technology. Our Flash presentations deliver your marketing message to your target audience with maximum impact.

Our graphic designers are skilled at creating eye-catching Flash presentations that incorporate sound and voice. These presentations can be integrated into a website to add appeal or looped continuously to make great trade show displays and sales presentations.

If you have a product that you want to demonstrate, a Flash presentation is a very effective way to showcase it.

Adobe Flex Development

Looking for expert Flex® developers?

Flex

Flex is an open source framework offered by Adobe for developing Rich Internet Applications. It seeks to minimize the challenging animation language that Flash® was originally built with by using an XML-based language, making it easier for many application developers to layout and built GUI’s. Additionally, interactivity is made possible by use of the programming language ActionScript.

More about Flex

Adobe Flex has become a popular custom development environment framework for RIA’s. Like AJAX, Flex allows for asynchronous data loading, where the client doesn’t have to refresh the whole page for changes made to the Flex application. Flex also allows for consistent, cross-browser and desktop application compatibility. Software applications can be built using the open source framework, or using the new Flex Builder ™ 3 software, a highly productive development environment. RIAs created with Flex can run in the browser using Adobe Flash Player® software or on the desktop on Adobe AIR™, the cross-operating system runtime.

iSoft land has a depth of knowledge of the Flex SDK through our Creative Services team which includes graphic designers and developers, working together to create for our clients RIA’s that are both attractive and user-friendly. Read examples of our solutions we have created for other clients.

Microsoft Enters the Rich Content Plug-ins Arena with Silverlight

 

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A decade after most of us discovered the Internet, technology companies are now starting to build rich applications that are browser based. Two technology approaches currently exist for developing applications online that mimic desktop interactivity we have all grown accustomed to: server side functionality coupled with complex AJAX and rich media plug-ins such as Flash.

Silverlight is a cross-browser, cross-platform, and cross-device browser plug-in built by Microsoft and designed for building rich Internet applications within a Web browser. As of October 2008 Version 2 was in Beta 2. Version 1 is currently available.

  1. Intended Use

    Websites that require a rich, interactive user experience that can’t be achieved through traditional HTML. Some examples include streaming media and disconnected Web based applications.

  2. Additional capabilities

    Silverlight offers many capabilities of Flash but in an enterprise programming paradigm familiar to developers. Microsoft – wanting to make a splash – introduced new capabilities including deep zoom which allows for high performance zooming accomplished through asynchronous data loading and adaptive streaming. Adaptive streaming is an example of performance optimization through on-the-fly modifying of the download stream based on user bandwidth and CPU speed.

  3. Technical Benefits

    Silverlight implemented the same Common Language Runtime (CLR) version of the .NET Framework so it can execute programs written in any .NET language. Silverlight is secure because it runs in a sandbox which restricts its access to local computer resources. Unlike JavaScript solutions, Silverlight supports enterprise level languages which include compiling and debugging capabilities.Adobe Flash, Adobe Flex, Adobe Shockwave, and JavaFX currently exist in the marketplace in various stages of development and adoption.

  4. Technical Concerns

    As always, the biggest concern with any significant Microsoft technology advancement is not the ability of the technology but rather who will be able to share in the benefits. Microsoft plans to support ALL major browsers on both Windows and Mac OS X.  Linux support will be accomplished through a partnership with Novell.  Specifically, Microsoft has support for the following browsers; IE6, IE7, Firefox 1.5 and 2.0, Safari 2.0, Opera, and the following operating systems (OS): OS X Tiger, OS X Leopard, Windows Vista, XP, Server 2003 and Windows 2000.

  5. Why technologists care

    • Complex user interfaces (UI) will look and work the same across browsers and OS’s so everything from design to testing is easier.
    • Code may be written in any .NET language, allowing complex models to be expressed in the “native tongue.”
    • Silverlight has a retained-mode graphics system, which enables rich-client scenarios such as multimedia, animation, 3D, and interactivity. User interfaces are expressed as Extensible Application Markup Language (XAML), making them more searchable and indexable than compiled Flash files.
    • Development is similar to that in the Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), Microsoft’s next-generation UI framework. WPF also uses XAML and innovative ideas such as Dependency Properties, Attached Properties, Routed Events, and Templates to describe trees of objects. Custom controls are written in the same fashion as native controls, removing a lot of the “magic,” therefore promoting a singular development model for all UI objects.
  6. Alternatives in the marketplace

    Adobe Flash, Adobe Flex, Adobe Shockwave, and JavaFX currently exist in the marketplace in various stages of development and adoption.

John Basso’s Bold Predictions!  Silverlight will overtake Flash and Flex (Adobe products) for rich Internet application development in 2010. If you examine most alternative products such as Flash, its implementations are more focused around animation vs. application development. Additionally, due to the enormous number of developers who are familiar with the .NET framework, there won’t be much of a learning curve.

ASP.NET Development

The Microsoft .NET Framework is a computing platform that simplifies web applications development by enabling developers to build pages composed of controls similar to a windows user interface.  The .NET Framework provides the ability to use true object-oriented

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design for programming pages and controls, which guarantees the safe execution of code.  It is profoundly used to develop flexible and easy-maintainable applications that run faster, as it is designed to eliminate the performance problems of scripted environments.

Our expert team of .Net professionals are perfectly capable of creating anything from small personal widgets to complex enterprise-class web applications using ASP.NET.  Our .Net developers are well versed in creating truly n-tier application with in-depth implementation of MVC (Model View Controller), and they have extensive work experience in ASP.NET, VB.NET and C#.

Why should I go with ASP .NET technology?

  1. High performance due to complied code and caching functions
  2. Better language support with .Net, C# and C++
  3. Integrated security i.e. cookie management , redirecting of unauthorized login
  4. Drag and drop large set of programmable controls
  5. High scalable
  6. Event based programming
  7. Easy configuration and deployment

Isoftland  ASP.NET Solutions Expertise

  1. .Net based Web Application Development
  2. CRM/ERP Solutions
  3. B2B and B2C Application Development
  4. .Net Custom Software Development
  5. .Net based Product Development
  6. Maintenance, Enhancement and Support for Legacy .Net Applications

For any requirements in ASP.NET, please email us at info@isoftland.com

Java Language

Need an Expert Java Programmer?

1368303515_JavaAmadeus Consulting is an expert in Java development. As enterprise development solutions providers, we have the broad range of expertise in the Java development environment among many others.

Our team of custom application developers can help you decide what platform and language is right for your business, and help you integrate your applications within most any platform. We have developed hundreds of successful custom applications for our clients.

More about the Java Platform

The Java development platform is widely used in custom applications for desktop, Web and mobile platforms.

The Java development platform is available in multiple forms:

  • Java EE (originally J2EE) for software application development
  • Java ME (originally J2ME) for mobile application development
  • Java SE (originally J2SE) standard edition

Advantages of Java Development:

  • Flexibility
    Choose from any hardware, operating system and middleware
  • Automation
    Can manage lower level technologies C, C++ and Objective-C
  • High Active User Base
    Leverage existing APIs and open source libraries
  • Scalability
    Ability to increasingly scale from small to enterprise level software
  • Open Source
    No cost to develop in Java programming language