Adobe Flash, including ActionScript and XML
I wrote gStyleFormat Flunky to boost the speed and ease with which Flash MX UI Components can be styled. Normally, the developer chooses a color, then fires up Photoshop to create highlights and dropshadows, and finally copies those RGB values in hexadecimal format to Flash. Here, the whole process takes place within a panel of the Flash authoring environment. As an extra bonus, the output supplies both the code for ActionScript’s globalStyleFormat object and also the CSS code to change Internet Explorer’s scrollbars to the same color.