In this post we are going to examine the ins and outs of Runtime Shared Libraries. Runtime Shared Libraries (RSLs) are compiled libraries of code that allow you to cache functionality into the browser or Flash Player. One of the most common uses of RSLs are the Framework RSLs included in the Flex Framework, used to cache the Flex Framework. This can potentially speed load times. These Framework RSLs are the topic of today's post.
Entries for month: February 2010
Some of you may know that I blogged at phusor.com in the past. At the time, I felt like a large part of the posts I read on other blogs were either very repetitive or that the information was based mainly on opinion rather than facts. This made me examine my own posts, and I realized I was guilty of the same. Because of this, I quit blogging. That was about two years ago.
Recently I have started learning a lot of new technologies, meeting a number of cool people, and am also preparing to launch a project of my own. I have also started creating plugins for various open source projects. I feel this gives me a lot to talk about. I've also had a number of peers and friends ask me to start blogging again. After some consideration, I decided to give it another try.
I can't promise you I'll blog frequently. I have a terrible commute, I work long hours, I work on my own projects and have to keep some semblance of a personal life. In other words, I'm a lot like you. Thanks for those who encouraged me to start blogging again, and to you for coming to my site and using your valuable time to read my 2¢.