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Hello, our company currently has a web based program using Adobe Flash to present flash images. We also have tools that allow a user to draw and zoom in on those images. The problem is the tools are not very robust. We need to rebuild/revamp it but don't really know where to start.

Does anyone have any suggestion on what enviornment to build the program in?
Does anyone know of any out there know of anyone that is competent enough to do such a job?

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With flash can quite easily zoom in and out.

If you wanted to you could create an adobe illustrator clone. It's feasible but would involve a lot
of work... Not sure what you're after or how complicated...

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Hello, our company currently has a web based program using Adobe Flash to present flash images. We also have tools that allow a user to draw and zoom in on those images. The problem is the tools are not very robust. We need to rebuild/revamp it but don't really know where to start.

Does anyone have any suggestion on what enviornment to build the program in?
Does anyone know of any out there know of anyone that is competent enough to do such a job?

Well I guess as the existing tool is flash-based, then one of the Flash IDE's would probably be the best environment. Or you could use something like FlashDevelop and the Flex 3 SDK (or just the FlexSDK on it's own) and do the whole thing in AS3 code or MXML/AS3.

Alternatively if you wanted it to be a web-enabled desktop app, you could target the Adobe AIR runtime.

But these options would only apply if you wanted to keep the project flash based. Alternatively, I suppose you might be able to create an app or website using .NET with C# or VB.NET to provide the functionality you require. There is also the MS Silverlight platform/runtime. Never used Silverlight myself, but that could be an option!

As Iamthwee has already said; whatever you want to do, it would involve quite a bit of work, depending on how complicated you wanted to make the project.

As for who, you could always advertise for a freelancer.
Daniweb has a board where you can advertise job vacancies here. There are probably also loads of other sites where you can do the same too!

Cheers for now,
Jas.

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Yeah!, you can continue the develop the same with Flash AS3.0, because there you have all the functionality and script to achieve your expectation.

You can draw using sprites.graphics, Zoom in/out using Custom defined slider controls and even you can save your image as a png or jpeg format with encoders.

So if you know AS3.0 go with flash...

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