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Flash Tutorials — Basics

Flash » Basics — almost 7 years ago
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During this Basix tutorial we’ll learn how to add the final features to our existing Flash Catalyst project. We’ll look at smooth interaction between pages, additional hover actions, sounds and video. As with the previous tutorial no code is required!
Flash » Basics — about 7 years ago
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Learn how to design and setup a Slideshow conveying your work in Photoshop and Flash!
Flash » Basics — about 7 years ago
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Over the course of this tutorial, we’ll expand that Button class, gain a deeper understanding of what’s actually going on, and learn a few more Object-Oriented Programming terms and techniques, namely inheritance. The Button class will get better and more useful.
Flash » Basics — about 7 years ago
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There are four access modifiers you can choose from when declaring properties and methods: private, protected, internal, and public. How do you know which one to use?
Flash » Basics — about 7 years ago
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Of course you know about setters and getters, who doesn’t? (If that’s you, you might want to brush up on Object-Oriented Programming with my Introduction to OOP tutorial). But why use them? Why go to the trouble of creating extra functions to wrap around a property? Here are five reasons that are incredibly useful.
Flash » Basics — about 7 years ago
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Object-Oriented Programming is a bit of a hot topic. More and more programming languages are cropping up that support it (Ruby, for example), and more and more languages that previously didn’t support Object-Oriented Programming (OOP for short) have been released with versions that do, like PHP and ActionScript.
Flash » Basics — about 7 years ago
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Last week saw a very significant development in the relationship between Apple and Adobe. Flash is back in the iPhone picture. In this tutorial, I will show you how to convert an exisiting Flash movie to an iPhone application using Flash Professional CS5.
Flash » Basics — about 7 years ago
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Every type of TLF text in Flash — Read Only, Selectable, and Editable — supports hyperlinks. All it takes to add a link in a text container is to type in your text, select a few words, and enter the desired URL into the Properties panel. Optionally, you can enter a target as well.
Flash » Basics — about 7 years ago
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It should come as no surprise that you can use TLF text as a button to kick off an event in your movie. For example, you could have a text block on the stage that talks about a visit to Times Square in New York, and when the user clicks the phrase Times Square, a photo appears on the stage. In this example, you are going to click some text, and a yellow star you will create on the stage starts spinning.
Flash » Basics — about 7 years ago
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A lot has changed between how text was handled in Flash CS4 and Flash CS5. We think now is a good time to pull up a stool, sit down, and review, in very broad terms, what one needs to know about TLF before “wiring up” an exercise or project using ActionScript.
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