Learn how to set up looping sequence of events by using a hidden hotspot and an onMove() event. Trigger a continually-looping animation on an alert message.
- [Narrator] In this video we'll look at a technique…for looping a sequence of events,…so that they'll keep repeating…over and over again in your prototype.…Either with or without a delay.…In this example, we'll be using this technique to…create a looping animation.…But this technique can be used for lots of other events.…Basically anything that we want to have repeating…on any kind of a time loop.…The first thing that we'll need is…a place to store the list of actions that we want to repeat.…I like to use a hidden hot spot.…So if you click in to this main panel,…you'll see that I've got a hidden hot spot…over here called animate.…
I'm using a hotspot here,…but technically you could use any widget,…just as long as it's out of the way,…but also somewhere that you'll be able to find it again.…In this hotspot I've got some things set up…in the OnMove event.…This is where I've got my animation actions.…This first move action…is going to move our message over to the left a little bit.…Then it's going to wait, just so it has time to…
- Using variables in Axure
- String methods in Axure
- Truncating text strings
- Formatting dates and times
- Setting up a looping animation
- Setting up a responsive background image
- Positioning widgets in the browser
- Repeater and item properties
Skill Level Advanced
1. Widget Properties
3. Dates and Times
4. Window Properties
5. Repeater and Item Properties
6. Global Variables
Global variables2m 14s
Using plugins on Axure Share2m 49s
8. When Things Go Wrong
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