Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
Alright, here’s the second part of the video player tutorial. We will be adding the following new features: - Playlist support - Fullscreen support - Save volume - Clickable progress/volume bar
Today we explain you how to create a videoplayer with some basic features like this one. These are: - Play/Pause - Stop - Preloading - Scrubbing - Volume handling There will be another tutorial, which will extend this player. So be sure to check it out.
In this easy lesson, I will explain to you how to create new HTC Touch HD presentation in flash.
Learn the simplest way to remove bad words or swear words from a flash input field or dynamic field with this quick and easy tutorial.
In this tutorial, I'm going to explain how to create a flame trailer in Flash using a very simple method. The method requires only a little bit of Actionscript, so it is easy to follow even for beginners.
This tutorial will teach you the basics on how to use the Timer Class to execute any code repeatedly over a period of time.
In this easy lesson, I will explain to you how to create a cool, very modern image presentation.
In this tutorial I will show you how to build a simple 3D photo album in AS3. We will build an application similar to this one. I will use two AS3 libraries: FIVe3D and TweenLite, both open source. Five3D is a lightweight 3D library written by Mathieu Badimon. TweenLite is one of the many libraries available for script based animation in AS3. It was created by Jack Doyle from Greensock. It’s principal characteristic is that it’s small (hence it’s name) and simple to use. FIVe3D and Twee
It surprises me that one of the most commented upon and downloaded classes from my blog is a card flipping effect. With that in mind, I thought it might be an interesting exercise to recreate this effect targeting Flash Player 10. As of the writing of this article, Flash Player 10 Beta (Astro) and the corresponding API documentation have been released. This article will step you through the classes used to achieve a card flipping effect using the new rotationY property that exists in Flash Playe
One of the best things about the internet is that you could search an unimaginable universe of information, text, images, videos, podcasts, blogs, newspapers. With web 2.0, the community websites come to life, and one of the most famous web2.0 community websites is Flickr. Flickr stores on their servers, photos form all their users around the world, and they have an open api so you could interact with it, and make your own developments, like PicNik.com, the photos online editor, where you
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