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Easily Get the Best Context3D « JacksonDunstan.com

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ActionScript Workers: Condition Class Example « JacksonDunstan.com

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AS3 vs. JavaScript Performance Followup (November 2013) « JacksonDunstan.com

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Vertex Shader Inputs Demystified « JacksonDunstan.com

Stage3D is hugely powerful, but with that power comes a very new and very complicated requirement for many programmers: shaders. Shaders are tiny programs that run on the GPU and are hugely limited compared to fancy CPU-side languages like AS3. For many programmers new to shaders these things are truly mind-bending. They’re even split into two parts: vertex and fragment shaders. Today’s article focuses on the two kinds of inputs to vertex shaders and seeks to explain them and clear up some of the confusion.

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Flash vs. HTML5: Hardware-Accelerated Bitmap Rotation and Scaling « JacksonDunstan.com

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Multi-Line Strings « JacksonDunstan.com

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ActionScript Workers: Condition Class Demo « JacksonDunstan.com

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ActionScript Workers: Sharing ByteArrays « JacksonDunstan.com

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Send ActionScript Worker Messages 6x Faster With Mutex « JacksonDunstan.com

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An ASC 2.0 Domain Memory Opcodes Primer « JacksonDunstan.com

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Since January, Adobe has dropped the “premium features” requirement for Flash apps that use the “domain memory opcodes” (a.k.a. “Alchemy opcodes”) that provide low-level performance-boosting operations that let you deal more-or-less directly with blocks of memory. Then in February we got Flash Player 11.6 along with built-in ASC 2.0 support for this feature. Today’s article shows you how to use these opcodes and takes a first stab at improving performance with them. Are they really all they’re cracked up to be?

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