Introduced with ActionScript 3.0 and Adobe Flash Player 9, ECMAScript for XML (E4X) offers new ways to retrieve data from XML in Adobe Flash applications. In this article I examine how you can use E4X to fetch data out of an XML object within an application in real time—processing only the information required to run… Read More »
New article from the ActionScript Technology Center by Peter Elst about Object-oriented programming with AS3. I know a lot of Flasher only used some procedural programming but now the AS3 change it all. You really need to understand well OOP to have the most of Flash CS3 and Flex. The concept of classes is at… Read More »
I’ve been doing some server side interaction with Flash CS3 today and had notice that the cache wouldn’t clear automatically… Too bad for debugging. The solution is as old as Flash itself: just give a random number to the URL called (http://domain.com/test.php?1423) and Flash will reload the files completely. My test of today was about… Read More »
Just a quick note, I’ve just found the Flash section of Wikivid, they have a lot of free video about Flash, even some video about actionscript 3 See the Flash Section at Wikivid. Also don’t miss the root of Wikivid if you are interested in learning a new software. A quote from the welcome page… Read More »
I don’t know if this new is fresh or not but the Flash CS3 documentation is now online, you can find it at the Adobe Livedocs. Currently the link is not on the Livedocs homepage. The most interesting part are: ActionScript 3.0 Language and Components Reference Programming ActionScript 3.0 Using ActionScript 3.0 Components Now I… Read More »
Simple tool for Adobe Manager that have to make winners for the tonight show : whosthewinner.air is an Apollo application, once you enter a Number it will display a number between the selected number and 1. Made in 5 minutes with Apollo 😀 Tonight we have a big Party at Geneva (www.augg.ch) for the release… Read More »
Lynda.com has release a tutorial about Adobe Apollo. All the basic to make a simple application are explained by Mike Chambers: Join Mike Chambers, Adobe’s Senior Product Manager for Developer Relations, as he gives an exclusive, hands-on glimpse of the alpha version Apollo: a powerful new development tool from Adobe. Web developers fluent in Flash,… Read More »
One week ago I wrote about the new book from O’Reilly: Apollo for Adobe Flex Developers. Now this book is free to to download directly from the labs. The main Chapter are : Introduction to Apollo Getting Started with Apollo Development Using HTML Within Flex-Based Apollo Applications Using the File System API Apollo Mini-Cookbook So… Read More »
It seems that I won’t have any time to do more video tutorials for a long time (at least 6 month). So here are all the video I’ve made about my discovery of AS3. I really hope it will be useful to all the beginners in the new actionscript (which can be used in Flash… Read More »
Wondering why I didn’t see it earlier, but there is a free chapter (about the file system API) from the book: Apollo for Adobe Flex Developers. Yes it’s only for the Alpha of Apollo (alpha to be out Mars 16th) The book is sell as a Developer’s Reference for Apollo’s Alpha Release for Flex developers,… Read More »
The January session of the AUGG (Adobe User Group Geneva) was the first workshop made by the group. Thierry presented us Flex 2.0 by making some nice example (code to come). I presented a fast introduction to AS3 by showing & explaining the code of my Perlin Sound Spectrum Visualizer (example 1, example 2). Here’s… Read More »
Video #8 is here! That time I speak about creating a simple audio spectrum for the right and left channel with Actionscript 3.0. It’s approx. 13 long. As always it’s totally free… Watch the video Check for other video tutorials about actionscript 3.0 Ahmet 0 Kudos Don'tmove!
Here is a little Perlin Noise Sound Visualizer… 0 Kudos Don'tmove!
Simple try to make a MP3 player in AS3… Takes the ID3 soung tags, get the buffer, the sound position and make a small visualizer… 0 Kudos Don'tmove!