Some Adobe Flex/Flash related resources from India

I have compiled a list of sites, mailing-list and bloggers from India. Most of them blog about Flash, Flex, RIA Usability, Web 2.0 etc.



Above list is partial. If I have missed something, please feel free to leave the URL (of blog, site, mailing-lists etc) in the comment. I would update the list.

If you are Adobe Flex developer, you might want to register on International Registry of Flexcoders.

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  • Since you consider Indians out side India as well, May I be included in this list?

  • Ah! you have even listed Rama Satoskar’s Blog. She came in with no knowledge of Flash/Flex to our Oinam Team and she was one of those Promising Programmer we decided to groom into a good Flash/Flex Developer. I think she got busy with college. Should be worth getting back to her when the time is right.
    Will check out the other sites.

  • Abdul you have missed me in the list 🙁

  • @Durairaj – I knew, I missed many. Nevermind, Can you please give the URL of your blog?
    @Brajeshwar – Good to know you know her. Can you also give more links of India based flex/flash blogs..
    Do you have any info about Delhi’s based group, I gotta add Arpit’s blog also. I don’t see many posting on his blog lately.

  • @Arul Kumaran – Sorry, I missed you man. Your comment somehow landed in junk-comments section…

  • Great initiative Abdul — I’ve had the pleasure of working with some very skilled Indian Flash developers ver the last year so definitely think there’s a huge potential for a very lively and active community to develop.

  • Abdul please find the URL of my blog. But i have started it yesterday only. 🙁

  • @Abdul, Yes, Rama was one of our trainee for Flex. I think Arpit moved to London and is more into managing than just coding. I think he is busy. I’ll update you as I find other flash/flex blogs.

  • Hi Abdul,
    Thanks for adding my blog, though haven’t updated for a while, I am always looking to do it. I am still doing Flash coding, though not yet fully started with Flex 🙁
    Since I moved to the UK, the Delhi Flash user group is no longer functional.
    Anyway, love to read your blog, keep up the good work!

  • Thanks guys. I am working on setting up Flex India user group. Right now working on some details and plans…
    I would keep everyone updated. Pleas keep me in loop if you are willing to start a group or wanna meet to discuss things…
    Please feel free to contact me at [mail at abdulqabiz dot com]
    Thanks again..

  • Hi Abdul,
    Just started a blog on RIAs a few days back: Rags to Riches
    I’d appreciate if you could add me to your list.
    And hey … do keep me posted on the User Group .. i’d be keen to participate in any way that i can.
    Thank you,

  • @Mrinal – Welcome to blogging, you started with nice post…You are in list 🙂
    I would keep everyone updated on group related things…
    Because we all have to work together to make it successful.

  • Thank you Abdul … I’m glad you liked my post 🙂

  • hey this is great initiative, good to see so many Indian Flash/Flex developers on the list 🙂

  • @Owas – Thanks. Please let me know if I have missed someone.

  • Hi Abdul,
    I was exploring your JavaScript component (which is very cool by the way)… went to your homepage and I noticed I got bumped out of this list 🙁
    A very sad,

  • @Mrinal-
    > I noticed I got bumped out of this list 🙁
    It might have happened by mistake, sorry about that. I would fix it.

  • I’m sure it was a mistake …. Thanks for letting me back in 🙂

  • can add my name please

  • Hi Abdul,
    I have started writing a blog on my adventures with Flex.
    Can you add me to the list.
    The blog url is

  • Who is leader?

  • Nehal

    Hey Abdul
    Nice effort you are taking. Please keep me updated for this. 🙂

  • @Nehal: Thanks, surely keep you in loop.

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    Actionscript 2.0. Graduating to Flex.

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  • Thank you for the done work!
    It’s an indeed good list.
    He will be useful for many people.

  • momo

    ji was really nice going through ur blog…
    can i have the honour of learning flash from u….
    im doing ma final project n badly stuck…there’s no one to guide me…..plz….guide me..:(
    i’ll be waiting fa ur reply….there’s no one who knows about databse connectivity with flash…plz help me out…we rea 3 girls doing final project..:(
    no teacher knows they all left on us…m tired of serachng on net..
    we have made intos,interface but what to do with connectivityt??:(

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  • Nouman Naveed

    Looks like the International Registry is down. Can you fix it by any chance?