Posted Tuesday, May 10, 2005 7:18:28 AM by Stephanie
Take the new MXNA 2.0 as an example. Though they had done some cool AJAX stuff with the reports already, Christian and Mike have really outdone themselves with their proof of concept using the MXNA 2.0 Category Feed Reports. Click on a category on the right -- like Dreamweaver -- watch as the feeds below load without your page reloading. Now click on a feed, like CMXtraneous, and watch how the chart simply morphs into the new feed. See how the posts below it change? Did you notice that you never once reloaded the page? How sexy is that?
Posted Monday, May 02, 2005 8:07:43 AM by Kim
Macromedia released version 5.0 of Breeze and Breeze Live today, with some nifty new features being announced. The only problem? Actually finding a complete list of everything new. (Look for a full review of the new version later this week at Community MX.)
After a bit of digging I was finally able to come up with a Flash Paper document that details all the new features, of which there are many. It appears that much of what has been done is targeted at the corporate world, including better participant tracking, integration with LDAP to make the creation of accounts much easier, and some new pricing options to allow for larger meetings with more participants. I'm not surprized at these changes based on how Breeze is currently being used and who is using it.
You can see a full recap of all the new features at the Breeze 5 Product Overview. (Flash Paper format.)
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