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Alessandro Crugnola on December 15, 2009 in actionscript , flash

Flash Player 10.1 and global error handling

Well, it seems that the upcoming flashplayer 10.1 (first half of 2010?) has been completely designed to fill the gap that the current flashplayer has with the smartphones world (multitouch, accelerometer, screen orientation, sleep mode, out-of-memory management, etc..).
There will be a lot of new useful features, if you look at the release note pdf:

But the most important feature, for me (as I asked a little time ago), is indeed the global error handling!
Unfortunately the global error handling feature hasn't been already implemented in the current prerelease public version. I hope they will enable this feature soon, I really miss this option!


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If you haven't checked out the global error handling yet, get to it! Man, how did we live without it. Adobe's not really making a bit fuss about it yet, but I made a post about getting it running with Flash Builder 4 since flash player 10.1 has officially been released and all:
It's on it's way, and I cannot wait to see 10.1 in action on smart phones, it's looking great. Take a look at the HP slate if you haven't yet, or the devices Nvidia is working with, the 1080P videos on the tablets using 10.1 look amazing, and use the GPU rather than the CPU, a definite plus.

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