April 29th, 2008
This is a very basic Actionscript tutorial that will show you how to make a sky full of twinkling stars. Everything for this tutorial will be done in Actionscript, using Actionscript 3.0. If you’re interested, jump on in and check it out.
April 23rd, 2008
While delving deep into the mysteries of Actionscript 3.0, I came across something that really made me smile. Apparently the Flash Player 9.x allows for FullScreen mode. I must have been living in a cave for the past couple of years. How have I never seen this before?
April 17th, 2008
Finally, a new Flash tutorial. In this article, we’ll explore how to make one object follow another around like a little puppy dog. This tutorial includes both Actionscript 3.0 and Actionscript 2.0 versions. So if you always wanted to make more followers, now you can.
March 31st, 2008
This is my first venture into the wild world of Flex. And here are my impressions.
December 1st, 2007
This Flash tutorial will teaches the basics of making a keyboard controlled racecar in Flash. Lots of great stuff on moving an object around the screen with the keyboard. You could apply this to a spaceship, a gorilla or whatever else you want to control.
August 27th, 2007
This Flash developer can’t emphasize the importance of slider-bars enough. If you haven’t discovered the joy of slider-bars, you’re missing out.
June 20th, 2007
This Flash tutorial shows you how to create an effect of flying through particles, similar to the “warp speed” effect in Star Trek. The particles can be any MovieClip object you want, stars, dancing bananas, etc.
April 24th, 2007
This tutorial will show you how to make items in Flash “throwable” using Actionscript. So if you like throwing things around, this is the tutorial for you.
December 14th, 2006
Today we bring you some holiday cheer in the form of a tutorial on how to make an Actionscript based snow storm in Flash. Everything is dynamic, so whether you are looking for a few gentle flakes to liven the scene, or a full scale blizzard to freeze your users’ fingers off, you’ll be able to build it.