Name: [126] Aaron Fay
Member: 95 months
Authored: 12 videos
Description: I am a Flash/PHP developer who likes to dabble in design, but recently have become really excited about Django (after years of PHP development). I find new technology exciting, and love to immerse myself in things that make solving complicated problems simple. ...

Interactive Flash [ID:046]

a series of video-tutorials by Aaron Fay

Aaron Fay introduces ActionScript - covering basic interactivity, a user-defined class and the use of built-in classes.

Video Tutorials

1. Interactive Flash 1

In this ShowMeDo we look at using Movieclips in Flash, as well as assigning some basic interactivity in Actionscript to a Movieclip symbol. Uploaded on 9th January 2007, running time 5 minutes.

2. Interactive Flash 2

In this next ShowMeDo we are going to do the exact same thing we did last time, but this time using an Actionscript 2.0 class. Uploaded on 9th January 2007, running time 6 minutes.

3. Interactive Flash 3

In this ShowMeDo we are going to import a couple built-in classes written in Actionscript 2.0 and show how simple animation can be acheived by reusing classes. Uploaded on 9th January 2007, running time 9 minutes.

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