Apr 07, 2011 — 5 comments
Welcome to our first edition of Premium tutorials. We have decided to share the knowledge of how some of our files are made. In our first tutorial we will cover the design and implementation of a Flash Countdown with Reflection. For this purpose we have created a Countdown in Photoshop which you can download from our Freebies section.
During this tutorial I will explain how to create a FLA-based User Interface (UI) component. Like the components that come with Flash, it will be visible on the stage, the preview then automatically updating as you change its parameters. This specific example is a circular progress bar.
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.
Learn Flash programming in Actionscript. Design and code a simple paint application, with much room to customize the interface, and add more features.
In this tutorial we will learn how to plan and code a minesweeper game using AS3 and Flash. Can we make it in just 200 lines?! Let’s see…
Create a Jazzy XML Driven MP3 Player
In this tutorial your will learn how to create a Windows 98 loading bar animation in Flash with two types of loading bar: rectangle bars and full bar.
This, step by step lesson, will show you how to create that every letters follow the mouse using the action script code.
The library’s face detector object crops a single face within an image, but in this tutorial you will learn a quick workaround that will allow you to crop multiple faces within an image. We’ll create editable tags that a user can adjust after loading an image into the application.
Simulate moving water with Actionscript. After this tutorial you can easily apply the effect to your own photos and web graphics using the same technique. It also identifies the key variables to tweak the effect .
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