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Through several hands-on tutorials, instructor Todd Perkins shows how to best build dynamic, streamlined sites using Flash CS3 Professional. Learn how to create custom keyboard shortcuts, apply advanced text techniques such as animating scrolling text with custom easing controls, and using advanced animation techniques. Flash CS3 Professional Beyond the Basics covers many challenging features, including adding complex interactivity to a Flash CS3 project and getting Flash content on a phone. Exercise files accompany the tutorials.
Now that we've created our Flash application let's take a look at installing it on a Windows Mobile phone. First I'm going to connect my phone to my computer. I'm going to use a USB cable, but you may use Bluetooth or some other way to connect your phone to your computer. So once my phone is connected to my computer I'll use the phone's software to browse through the phone. Once I'm inside of my phone, I'm going to drag-and-drop the cab file that I downloaded from the Adobe website for my phone to my phone.
I'm just going to click OK. And now I'll drag the swf file that I created in Flash to my phone as well. Now that these files are on my phone I'll actually need to install the Flash Player, it's inside the cab file in my phone. So the first thing I have to do on my phone is browse to the cab file so I can install the Flash Player.
Now the cab file is unpacking and installing the Flash Player to my phone.
And there's the application that we created in Flash, on my phone. Now that I got all my Flash content on my phone I can show it off to all my friends. So have fun making mobile Flash content.
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