Similar to our approach to the item renderer, we’ll also design a MovieClip symbol to display the details of any selected item. Let’s begin by drawing a basic shape-based skin.
- [Narrator] Similar to our approach to the item renderer,…we'll also design a movie clip symbol to display…the details of any selected item.…Let's begin by drawing a basic shape base skin.…We'll want to make sure to do this within the Detail layer,…and with Object drawing mode on.…I'm going to go ahead and remove any stroke from this,…and change my alpha back to 100.…Choosing this kind of medium-grey color as my fill.…
And then drawing this out.…This is gonna be positioned over to the side, here,…and I want it to be a width of 395 and a height of 280.…Let's use the Align panel to position this,…and then use the arrow keys to just distance it about…five pixels from the right and five pixels from the bottom.…With this still selected, let's go ahead…and turn it into a movie clip symbol.…
So, Modify, Convert to Symbol.…And we'll name this detailRenderer, and hit OK.…Let's also provide an instance name, detailRenderer.…And we'll use a small D for the instance of detailRenderer.…Now we can double click to edit and place,…
- Using XML and JSON
- Setting up your Animate project
- Building a carousel container
- Applying animation
- Creating titles with dynamic text
- Ingesting external data
- Rendering images
- Automating transitions
- Designing an RSS display
- Programming the RSS display
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Dynamic Data Fundamentals
About XML and JSON1m 49s
2. Design a Web Carousel
3. Program the Web Carousel
4. Design an RSS Display
5. Program the RSS Display
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