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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.
In order to get the most out of the Flash CS3 titles released by lynda.com, here's an order I recommend watching the titles in. The first one I recommend is called CS3 Professional Fundamentals. That title deals with Flash basics, mostly Flash animation with a little bit of Flash ActionScript. The second title I recommend watching is called ActionScript 3.0 in Flash CS3 Professional Essential Training. In this title we discussed four ActionScript principles which talk about the basics of ActionScript.
And the third title that I recommend is Flash CS3 Professional Beyond the Basics. In this title we take what you know about basic Flash animations and what you know about ActionScript, and we combine the two, we work with some advanced animation techniques, and we talk about some advanced interactivity using ActionScript 3.0. The fourth title I recommend watching is called ActionScript 3.0 in Flash CS3 Professional Beyond the Basics. In that title you'll learned advanced programming techniques, and you'll learn more about the fundamentals of ActionScript 3.0.
You'll also learn some advanced ActionScript 3.0 techniques and build some very advanced Flash applications. And that's the order and recommend watching the Flash CS3 titles.
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