The basic building blocks a designer, even one who’s never touched Flash, needs to create animation projects or build a web presence.
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Introduces a variety of real-world issues animators commonly encounter and practical solutions to them in Flash.
Helps designers build their power user skills with an array of timesaving tips, tricks, and techniques that work in multiple versions of Flash Professional.
Create flexible, easily updatable portfolio web sites that are both unique in design and small in file size using Flash and ActionScript.
Dives deep into the details of manipulating audio in Flash using ActionScript 3.0; shows how to create an audio player for the web.
A number of project lessons detailing how Flash Action Script 3.0 and object-oriented programming can be used to build common UI widgets.
Todd Perkins dispels the belief that Flash content hampers SEO.
Shares tools and techniques to help create a more streamlined workflow through reusable code components.
Teaches new designers the building blocks of web programming.
Shows how to master the new Motion Tween model and the Motion Editor to control easing and effects.
Offers new Flash users a thorough explanation of the interface, tools, and techniques at the heart of any project.
Explains Flash fundamentals, including drawing tools, objects, and symbols.
Demonstrates the new motion tween model, how to create and animate with bones, and the capabilities of the new integrated 3D tools.
Web developers can learn to leverage their Flash, Flex, HTML, and AJAX skills to create multi-platform desktop applications in AIR.
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