The days of Flash as a creative luxury are long gone. After months of downsizing, Flash creativity has been on a huge rationalization program. It is no longer enough to present animation in millions of colors and a hundred transparencies. It is no longer sufficient to provide interactivity and dynamism for their own sake. The purpose of this collection is to show how designers have taken Flash and made it work for its supper. What we discover is a series of creations that place Flash at the hub of cutting edge web content. The end result is a snapshot of Flash as the ideal medium. In these amazing examples, we see the software pushed to its limits to create unbeatable applicationsaa collapsible family tree, an interactive video learning system, and a drawing tool, capable of running online! Beyond this, we dip into the back-end capabilities to look at how to improve Flash still further. Some staple XML and PHP routines are brought in to add a bit of spice, while Flash's mysterious sharedObject command is hunted down and tamed to create a hybrid Tamagotchi houseplantaperfectly suited to lure surfers back to your website!The variables are now all set, so ita#39;s time to start creating the movie clips we will need to make our interface run. Go ahead and add these lines directly ... later, leta#39;s get the ball rolling with our nodes by placing the first one: tree...attachMovieanbsp;...
|Title||:||Flash MX Application And Interface Design|
|Author||:||Connor McDonald, Paul Prudence, Gerald YardFace, Peter Aylward, Fay Rhodes, Robbie Shepherd, Ken Jokol|
|Publisher||:||Apress - 2013-11-27|