You can find the code for the talk at https://github.com/PushButtonLabs/PushButtonEngine/tree/PBE2. They are fully explained via dokko, a literate code documentation tool. You can read the docs online at http://pushbuttonlabs.github.com/PushButtonEngine/v2/docs/PBEDemos.html.
A big thank you to everyone who came, and to Adobe for inviting me to speak! It was a real pleasure. MAX was great, and I’m already excited about attending next year.
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