Understanding components


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Understanding components

In this chapter we're going to be working with components. For this movie, we'll talk about what components are and how you can add them to your Flash applications. If you're following along, I'm working in 01_Understanding_Components.fla in the Chapter 07 folder in the Exercise Files folder. Components are prebuilt Flash widgets that you can use to add interactivity fairly simply to your Flash documents. Let's take a look at how you can use components. Components are stored in the Components panel. To access the Components panel choose Window, Components.

In the Components panel you'll see two categories: User Interface and Video. You can expand or collapse them by clicking the arrows to the left of the Component category name. The components here are for it adding elements to a User Interface. We have a Button, CheckBox, ColorPicker, ComboBox, DataGrid, Label, List, etc. A lot of these elements can be used inside of a form or another Flash application. Let's take a ...

Understanding components
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Understanding components provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Todd Perkins as part of the Flash CS3 Professional Beyond the Basics

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