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tim_the_tam 05-03-2009 12:30 AM

flash tutorials please
 
can anyone give me a link to a flash tutorial site for action script 3 that's for newbies please.

yaustar 05-03-2009 09:04 AM

http://www.adobe.com/support/flash/

More specifically: http://help.adobe.com/en_US/ActionSc...rogrammingAS3/

Marco Roy 05-03-2009 10:43 PM

If you are a programmer, you shoud consider Flex instead. It's the same technology as Flash (produces SWFs), but programmer-oriented.

Here's a good tutorial: http://www.brighthub.com/internet/we...les/11010.aspx

dzeligman 05-04-2009 01:07 AM

flashkit.com

Protector one 05-04-2009 02:25 AM

Kongregate's 'Shootorials' are definitely 'newbie'-oriented, but I like them. Big plus is that you're making an actual game with these, instead of just a generic Flash project.
http://www.kongregate.com/labs

Ezion 05-04-2009 10:47 AM

I started using AS3 a month ago and I posted a tutorial for it here.

Out of the stuff I wrote, I would say using FlashDevelop is the best tip. It's leagues ahead of the Flash CS4 editor and has some good features that will help you learn.

I thought Flex was web development oriented; what functionality does it have for OOP?

NoricGamer 05-05-2009 05:41 AM

there is a bunch of great flashgame tutroials over at mrsunstudios.com.

i also found Emanuele Feronato's blog to be a great resource. especally for physics related stuff.

Marco Roy 05-08-2009 09:34 PM

Flex uses AS3, just like Flash, so they are the same OOP-wise. Both produce SWFs. The main difference between the two is that Flash is mainly timeline-based, whereas Flex is code-based. Flex’s IDE is FlexBuilder, which is based on Eclipse.

If you’ve been programming for a while, you have probably used Eclipse at some point. It’s a great IDE.

http://www.adobe.com/products/flex/

Protector one 05-09-2009 05:37 AM

Yeah Eclipse is great, but it used the be the biggest memory 'prostitute' I've ever met. Is it still like that?

DTR 05-10-2009 12:46 AM

I have Vista32
And Eclipse 3.4.1
takes around 200 Megabytes with smallish Java project open.
Is that alot then?
Depends on the viewPoint....


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