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Newest Tutorials

Flash » Navigation — over 12 years ago
In this tutorial you will learn how to build an accordion style menu from scratch that can be configured by using an external file. The menu items can be totally configured in XML with label and can load text, image or swf on it’s open “state”. Just follow the tutorial, it’s quite simple. At the end you will see a second example achieved by this procedure.
Flash » Game Development — over 12 years ago
Possibly the hottest thing to hit the Flash community since the advent of several excellent 3D engines is the recent debut of 3D physics engines. Here we’ll examine a way of using one of the more popular 3D engines, JiglibFlash, in conjunction with the prominent 3D engine Papervision3D to create a bowling game. Now this won’t be fully developed game, as there’ll be no frames or score tracking - I’ll leave all that hoo hah up to you - but it will be a good solid start and will hopefully p
Flash » Effects — over 12 years ago
Flash it’s a powerful application and can be really complex, but even beginners can create a cool menu for demonstration or for use in a personal site. The menu that we will create is simple, but the swirl animation is something that you don’t see everywhere, for that I’ve decided to explain one way to make an animation of growing swirls without any Action Script code.You will also learn how to import artwork from illustrator where I’ve pre-made the graphics, the work is very simple and
Flash » Tips and Tricks — over 12 years ago
With more and more full screen Flash web sites appearing on the internet, it's important to understand how to properly embed the Flash movie in the browser window. In this tutorial we will cover best practice embedding of SWF movies using SWFObject with a custom function for adding browser scrollbars for smaller browser windows.
Flash » Effects — over 12 years ago — reviewed, not listed
In this Flash CS4 tutorial you will learn a advanced technique called perlinNoise to create a realistic water effect into any image. We will show you how to apply it in two different situations, one in a river, creating the water effect in whole image, and the other one in a waterfall using a more complex process as it will reproduce the effect in a specific area.
Flash » Actionscript — over 12 years ago
In this tutorial we are going to look at dynamically creating a photo with torn edges by compositing several images together.
Flash » Basics — over 12 years ago — reviewed, not listed
After our Alternativa 3D tutorials series, still some to know about how to setup Flex Builder correctly in order to start deploying their own Alternativa3D Flash Applications. Therefore we created this tutorial to guide and help you through the steps of setting up an Alternativa3D development environment. After completion of this tutorial, be sure to have a look to the Alternativa 3D tutorials series, stepping you in some of the most important features of this powerful Flash 3D engine.
Flash » Effects — over 12 years ago
In this tutorial, you will learn the basics of architecting a simple Line Effect, using Flash CS4 or Flex Builder 3. We try to cover the basics on the simplest way, so everyone will be able to step in the scripted animation with actionscript 3.0. The fact of using only code to generate animation and effects, will result on a very small file size, which will improve the loading performance on the browser and enables a better interactivity experience.
Flash » Interactivity — over 12 years ago
In this article we will see how Sprite3D's can be used to selectively replace 3D meshes, allowing a large number of objects to appear on the screen while still keeping frame rates up.
Flash » Server-side — over 12 years ago
In this article I will explain how to build a simple adobe flex application that communicates with php using remote objects calls to the new AMF php implementation suported by adobe and called ZendAMF.
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