In this short and easy Adobe Flash Tutorial, Natalie shows you how to create interactive graphics with the button timeline in Adobe Flash. This technique allows you to add user interactivity without writing ActionScript.
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In this Adobe Flash tutorial, you will learn how to use the new Spray Tool to add creative design effects to your artwork in Adobe Flash CS5.
In this free Adobe Flash CS5 tutorial, we will take a look at saving files, previewing your work, and exporting from the Flash work environment.
New to mobile development? Wondering how mobile applications are built? This presentation will walk you the entire development process of the AIR for Android application from design to deployment. Chris Griffith will show you how he designed and built the application using a variety of tools and techniques.
Chris Griffith is a Staff Engineer in the User Experience group at Qualcomm, Inc. He has over 15 years experience in developing a wide range of prototypes for a variety of clients. He currently works with the full spectrum of the Flash Platform from mobile devices to web/desktop.
He is also an Adobe Community Professional and is presently the co-manager of the San Diego Flash User Group and the Flash Catalyst Community Lead for Adobe Systems, Inc. He also has been involved with the National Science Foundation’s National Science Digital Library project. Recently he has developed several iPhone applications and Android application. He also writes for peachpit.com and O’Reilly’s InsideRIA. When he is not coding, he is either spending time with his family or out kayaking.
This meeting will be hosted on-line as well.
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In this Free Adobe Flash CS5 tutorial, we will import artwork from Adobe Illustrator CS5 and convert to movie clips.
If you are viewing this post with an Apple iPhone or iPad, I am afraid that you will not be able to view the content in this Flash Platform Presentation. But, that does not necessarily mean that Adobe Flash is dead or that HTML 5 is now taking the place of Adobe Flash. Quite a few years ago, Macromedia (acquired by Adobe Systems) stated the goal of taking the Flash Platform ‘beyond the browser’. To proclaim that they have succeed would be an understatement. If you are not currently familiar with where Adobe Flash is in the marketplace and where it is heading, this presentation may be of value to you or someone in your organization. And, of course, this was built with Adobe Captivate 5, … also part of the Adobe Flash Platform tools for creating great eLearning content.
If you would like to create a presentation like this, you can learn from the comfort of your home or office with live instructor-led Adobe Captivate training.