Sep 7th, 2010 by Dave
Have you waited long enough? Then without further ado, Holly and I would like to present to you Attest 3 for your studying pleas…well it’s not fun studying, anyway, here’s Attest 3.
Some things to note and some history on Attest:
There were many late night bug fixes, involuntary naps where heads hit the desk from hours of reading livedocs, the AIR Marketplace submission process bug that held things up a bit, but it feels great to finally release Attest bigger and badder than before!
I will definitely take this opportunity to thank Holly again for all her help. She had jumped in on Attest from the 2nd version and has been true blue ever since. I’m very thankful to have such an excellent colleague, without her work Attest would not be the de facto study guide for the Flex ACE exams it became.
Facts about Attest
The free version is the actual trial version. It got too tough to maintain two different versions of the app with our workloads, so we decided to make the trial last forever and give access to one mini for starters. The Adobe AIR Marketplace software allows for a 99 month trial maximum, so instead of infinity you have 99 months to get certified.
In the future as we write more questions, we plan on upping the amount available for the free/trial version. This version is not the beta version it was two weeks ago when I blogged about it. We planned on getting the beta version on the Marketplace but then their approval process bug showed up and by the time the Adobe team fixed it, we had the full version ready.
The current version for download is 3.0.3. This version has a few bug fixes that were pretty annoying. It was just approved on the AIR Marketplace.
The version currently available for download at software.pxldesigns.com/attest3 is (3.0.2). We submitted a patched version 3.0.3 which fixes a few minor bugs and issues we ran into and fixed quickly. This version has been submitted to the AIR Marketplace for vetting. It will be available shortly and I’ll post once it’s out.
More goodies to come later in the week hopefully. Look for more updates, questions, and study data in the near future, and as always, let us know what you think. Let’s DO this thing!