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Classes and MovieClips, Page 1 by kirupa | 28 May 2007 In Flash CS3, you have support for creating ActionScript 3.0 (AS3) projects. Besides allowing you to write code in the new AS3 language, there are some subtle differences that may go unnoticed unless you are actively looking for new things. One such difference is what happens when you create or convert something into a new movie clip. With AS3 projects, when you convert or create something into a movie clip, you specify the name of your movie clip like you always did. By accessing the class and writing code directly inside it, you can bypass adding code using the timeline. The actual code is defined inside the class itself. In this article, I will explain how to take a movie clip, create a class file for it, and write some code inside the class file to create the animation you see above. First, you will need to create a movie clip. The following instructions explain how to setup your movie and specify the blue circle: [ draw a blue, solid, filled circle ]

XML Music Player By Blue_Chi | Flash CS3 | ActionScript 3.0 | Intermediate | Page 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 In the final section of our tutorial we add one final feature and will fix any bugs that might pop up if you decide to make some small variations to the player, we will also polish the code and optimize it. Here is the outline of this section: Adding a feature for continuous playback. Continuous Playback Currently our gallery will stop playing once a song finishes, we need to add the feature to make it automatically move to the next song once a track finishes playing. function playSong(mySong:Number):void{ var myTitle = my_songs[mySong]. title_txt.text = myTitle; artist_txt.text = myArtist; if (my_channel){ my_channel.stop(); } my_sound = new Sound(); my_sound.load(new URLRequest(myURL)); my_channel = my_sound.play(); my_channel.addEventListener(Event.SOUND_COMPLETE, onNext); } We are registering our event listener with the same function we used for our next_btn. That should do it. Fixing Bugs That should do it.

A Guide To iOS SDK For Web Designers Advertisement As a designer looking to broaden your skill set, you’ve decided that learning how to make native apps for Apple’s iOS platform is an attractive and potentially lucrative prospect. With a frisson of excitement, you start to do some research. The documentation provided by Apple is aimed at those with a degree in computer science. This post will help you get to know the iOS development tools a little better. The result will look like this: Going Native? By “native” iOS development, we mean using Apple’s software development kit (SDK) and the programming language Objective-C to author apps for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. In relaxing the App Store’s submission review guidelines in September 2010, Apple made it easier for developers to use third-party frameworks and more familiar languages, such as HTML, CSS and JavaScript, to create apps. Getting Started You will need two things to be able to start working with the iOS SDK: To get Xcode, download it from the Mac App Store.

How To Create Your First iPhone App (2012 Edition) Update: 01/10/2012: The original version of this article by Jen Gordon was published in August 2009. It was thoroughly revised and updated by the author in September 2012. — Editorial Team Since the iTunes App Store launched in 2008, over 500,000 apps have been approved by Apple, and thousands more app ideas are scrawled on napkins across the world every day. But question remains, how can a person with limited technical skills create an iPhone app? The good news is anyone can make an iPhone app, it’s just a matter of knowing the series of actions you need to take to make it happen. What Is Your Goal? The first thing to look at when embarking on any product development or entrepreneurial venture is your goals for the project. Let’s look at an example. would not have planned in advance to hire help,would be unhappy with the time commitment required for him to take on the work personally. Here are some examples of project goals: What Are Your Expectations? Where Do I Begin? 14Large view15.

How to Write a Web Design Proposal You became a web designer to create great web sites and applications. The plan didn’t include dealing with slow paying clients or spending countless hours trying to find work. It also didn’t include having to write proposals after you find prospective clients. Unfortunately, this is what you face every day. This is the reality of the situation. If you plan on paying the bills, you1 can’t avoid these painful activities. Here we’re going to take a look at hacking the proposal writing process. Anatomy of a Proposal Before you can quickly and efficiently write amazing proposals, you’ll need some basic background on what a persuasive proposal is made of. A persuasive proposal has three parts: Problem statementProposed solutionPricing information You’ll have everything you need as long as you include these essential elements. Problem statement An effective proposal describes a client’s needs and their drivers. The best way to show what this means is by example. Why is this mediocre? Basic Outline

Parsing XML using SimpleXML Parsing XML Data with PHP's SimpleXML Extensible Markup Language (XML) has become the number one format for disparate systems to communicate. Its most common applications are probably the Really Simple Syndication (RSS) Feeds embraced by the blogging community - including :) One of the most significant changes made to PHP5 is the way it handles XML data. A few seamless set of XML parsing tools have been integrated directly into the language itself. The old days where us poor programmers had to use external tools and libraries are finally over! If you have ever worked with XHTML (Extensible Hypertext Markup Language), then you'are familiar with an application of XML, since XHTML is a reformulation of HTML4 as XML. Important things in an XML Document The most important things in an XML document are the following: Entity: An entity is a named unit of storage. XML documents should be valid. An Example of valid XML Documents Now that is a valid XML document! < ?

sql - Saving form data to an existing XML-file using PHP Using Video in Flash In this tutorial, you will learn the various aspects of using video in Flash. Also, you will be learning how to make a video ready to be used in your Flash projects by editing the video in Flash media Encoder. Later, we will import the edited video into Flash. Before starting with the tutorial, lets start learning the different video formats that are supported by Flash and Flash Media Encoder. The Flash encoder supports the following formats that can be converted to be used in Flash later. For Video and Animation Animated GIF (Windows only) FLV, F4V Note: The FLV and F4V formats are container formats, each of which is associated with a set of video and audio formats. Still image and still-image sequence Note: To export a movie as a sequence of still-image files, select Export As Sequence on the Video tab when a still-image format is selected. Bitmap (BMP; Windows only) DPX GIF (Windows only) JPEG PNG Targa (TGA) TIFF (TIF) Audio To start with the tutorial, download any video mp4 file. 1. 2. 3.

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Build A Personal Brand You Can Be Proud Of I want to become violently ill every time I hear a student talk about their goals like this: “Uh, I just want to graduate and get job somewhere.” That’s the most lazy, thoughtless career goal a student can have. It reeks of carelessness, a lack of ambition, and low self-confidence. Yet, I hear students say it all the time. I Know that Isn’t You. Since you’re reading this blog, I’m going to assume you’re the type with more defined goals. These are the type of student that inspire me – the ones I want to associate myself with. As a student with ambitious goals, I’ve spent a lot of time not only working towards them, but also trying to find the most effective way to do so. What I’ve found turns out to be a pretty obvious truth: It’s not enough to work hard and create remarkable things. It’s simple, and it’s obvious. It’s All About Personal Branding. If you want people to know who you are and what you do, you need to brand yourself. It’s making people recognize you as an expert in your field.

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