Difficulty: beginner Skills: Flash Date added: 6 August 2012
A quick tutorial about animating with paths in Flash CS4+. You will make a simple bouncing ball that bounces across the screen. You will use the new(ish) motion tween.
Difficulty: Beginner Skills: HTML CSS Flash Date added: 10 April 2012
Difficulty: Beginner Skills: Circuit bending Date added: 24 March 2012
So you have a musical toy that you think sounds awesome and you want to amplify or record the sound but there is no line out. This tutorial covers how to add a line out to any toy with a speaker. Connect directly to your amplifier and record your performance.
Difficulty: Beginner Skills: Flash Date added: 23 February 2012
Strings are probably the most widely used Data Type in Flash, and a fundamental part of AS3. Strings are vital to just about any app or game and can consist of any type of data, from a single line to an entire website in any language. Because of their importance, Flash offers a number of ways to search, modify and convert strings. This tutorial will show you a few of those methods and will also teach you a couple things about using TextFields in Flash.
Difficulty: Beginner Skills: Flash, XML Date Added: 6 December 2011
For our first tutorial we will be creating a product slideshow that reads data from an XML file and displays accordingly. We will be using Flash, actionScript 3 and XML to create the slideshow. You will need the Flash Authoring tool to create some graphics and a text editor to write the XML. This slideshow can be easily modified to display data of any kind. This tutorial also requires the TweenLite class available from Greensock.