Creating Drag-and-Drop Functionality with Edge Animate
Drag-and-drop functionality is perfect for any game or interactive web project. Edge Animate makes it easy to implement. Plus, the drag-and-drop interactions you add work even on smartphones and tablets. Learn how to create draggable objects, add target areas where users can drop them, create reactions to those drops, and change content and object positioning accordingly. Author Paul Trani walks you through each step of the process in this project-based course.
- Creating graphics and importing them into Edge Animate
- Adding animation and interactivity
- Making items draggable
- Adding a droppable target area
- Controlling multiple objects
- Resetting positions of objects
- Testing and publishing your project
(electronic music) - [Voiceover] One of the most popular topics on forums around Edge Animate seems to be around Drag-and-Drop functionality, which is why I'm really excited to show you what you can do with Edge Animate when it comes to this Drag-and-Drop functionality. How do you do it? How can you do it efficiently? How can it work on mobile? What testing or validation do you want to happen when you drop these items? All these questions I'm gonna answer in this course.
So let's go ahead and get started.
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