[Flashcoders] Flash Developer Forums

2007-08-08 Thread Paul Chang
Hello, I realize that this list is for discussing code, so I'll make this brief. My San Francisco based company is looking to hire an in-house Flash developer and I would appreciate any pointers to lists or url's that might help me find high quality people. Anyone on this list who

Re: [Flashcoders] Flash for forums

2006-06-26 Thread Mick G
The highly important and common feature for Forums is the ability to paste HTML, perform clean and efficient searches, insert images from other sites/URLs, embed flash animations, right-click to open links posted links in new tabs/windows, paste code, harcore forum users even cherish their

Re: [Flashcoders] Flash for forums

2006-06-26 Thread Weldon MacDonald
I'll have to take your word for it, I never use the things. I've decided to go with an existing forum, p2pbb or vbulletin, customized with a flash header. Thanks On 6/26/06, Mick G [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The highly important and common feature for Forums is the ability to paste HTML,

Re: [Flashcoders] Flash for forums

2006-06-26 Thread Count Schemula
I vote vBulletin. It's under active development and gets better all the time. It's already very very smooth and quite powerful. Worth the $100 or whatever they ask for it. phpbb is a great open source effort, but just isn't as nice or powerful overall overall. On 6/26/06, Weldon MacDonald

[Flashcoders] Flash for forums

2006-06-24 Thread Weldon MacDonald
I've never liked forums, mostly because the I find navigating around in most forums is pretty clunky, give me an email list every time, but, as so often happens, the universe has decided to get a little revenge. I have a client who wants a forum. I've just spent the morning researching forum

Re: [Flashcoders] Flash for forums

2006-06-24 Thread Josh Santangelo
vBulletin's current version has many AJAXy features which enable interactions similar to what you describe. It's not free, but it's not expensive either. http://vbulletin.com/ -josh On Jun 24, 2006, at 8:28 AM, Weldon MacDonald wrote: I've never liked forums, mostly because the I find

Re: [Flashcoders] Flash for forums

2006-06-24 Thread Count Schemula
I'm on a few vBulletin powered forums and they work very well. Bulletin boards are far superior to e-mail lists in almost everyway. I've been on e-mail lists since before there was a web, and, really, there is no comparison to how much more useful 100,000 threaded conversations are in a bulletin