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July 21, 2003

Understanding functions

This is a very interesting thread in Flashnewbie. The post of Mr Jesse Warden gives a good explanation abour functions. Darron Schall gives another nice explanation too. Must read!

July 31, 2003

Using functions

Hello, here 2 MM actionscript tutorials for learning to write and call functions. Enjoy!
Write a function :
MM actionscript_tutorial12.html
Call a function :
MM actionscript_tutorial13.html

August 19, 2003

Don't _root me so much. I can beat you with this or call my _parents.

Portability! Scope your variables using relative addressing! Don't use _root! :sighs: ... On January 24, 2002, at 08:24:44, Williams, Michael wrote:

[quote]
Hey FlashCoders, The team is working on a comprehensive list of "Best Practices" when developing applications and user interfaces using the Flash Player and we would like to get your comments on this document. We feel that the community has a lot of say in what defines a well written Flash application, and we value your input greatly. What follows is a first draft of this document which will eventually be published as part of a developer centric area of macromedia.com that we are working very hard on right now. Please send any comments to this list, as I am anxious to get any input and additions to this list. I look forward to the discussion. [/quote]

+ Read the 'living document that is driven by community input' : ActionScript Coding Standards by Michael Williams. March 2002. PDF - HTML (google) - Flashcoders Wiki Best Practices

+ Read the entire thread on Best Practices RFC at Flashcoders to really understand the meaning of this Best Practices (many flashcoders worked in this thinking on you, to help you!)

+ Read Best Practices Guidelines at What is Flash.

+ Read Best Practices for using Macromedia Flash MX to build Rich Internet Applications by Jason Hatcher from Macromedia.

+ And finally, read Application Developer's ActionScript Workshop by Colin Moock (source files for examples here).

And please, don't _root anymore.

September 22, 2003

10. POLL/SURVEY: Do you OOP-AS? by RuneImp (ImpTech.net)

1. Inheritance RULES!
2. Classes are nice but Private, Static?
3. I like functions...
4. Is a text field and object?

Have your say! Vote now!

...
About RuneImp:
[email protected]
ImpTech
"I'm a web hosting owner and web developer specializing in Flash and PHP scripting. I also dance with a group called Everything Celtic and enjoy the sport of whip cracking in affiliation with the Whip Enthusiasts".

I have to say, RuneImp is not only a well known moderator of FLASHmacromedia (yahoogroups), but one of the most important contributors in the Flash Community. He's doing a great job and we appreciate that. Thanks RuneImp!

October 13, 2003

Flash MX 2004 and ActionScript 2.0 Tutorials: The Definitive List (First Edition)

[RELEASE: The Second and definitive Edition is online!! Tons of tutorials, tips and articles!!! You can check it here. TIP: Use the search feature with keywords or authors to find your favorites topics. Note: this page will not longer be updated with tutorials, check the new version.]



[Announce: January 10, 2004: RSS and JavaScript Generator launched! Now you can create your own RSS Feeds and JavaScript! Display listings of tutorials in your blog or website and syndicate The Definitive List setting your preferences! Read announcement here.]

[Announce: January 9, 2004: Content Syndication is available (RSS 2.0 - RSS 0.91 and JavaScript)! Read announce here and visit The Definitive List: you'll find the RSS feeds and JavaScripts at the top of every page.]

[Announce: December 12, 2003: Flash MX 2004 and ActionScript 2.0 Tutorials: The Definitive List (Second Edition) will be released the next week. New environment with search feature, new and updated tutorials. Stay tunned!]
[Update: October 27, 2003: 152 links]
[Update: October 15, 2003: 131 links]
[Update: October 14, 2003: 127 links]
[October 13, 2003: 117 links]
Below there are list of tutorials, tips and articles (In English, French and Dutch) on Flash MX 2004 and ActionScript 2.0 that I have begun to put together. I figured that it might be useful for the Flash Community, so here it is, a centralized and selected source since the release of Flash MX 2004 a month ago. Enjoy the series.

Continue reading "Flash MX 2004 and ActionScript 2.0 Tutorials: The Definitive List (First Edition)" »

January 8, 2004

Content syndication (RSS Feed and JavaScript) for: Flash MX 2004 and ActionScript 2.0 Tutorials: The Definitive List!!!



I'm very pleased to announce that content syndication (RSS 2.0, RSS 0.91 and JavaScript) for "Flash MX 2004 and ActionScript 2.0 Tutorials: The Definitive List" is available!

You can add these feeds to your aggregators or display the contents of The Definitive List in your blog, website or application. You can also customize your own feeds: just send me a private message via the board.
Select your favorites lists-forums! You can display the contents in your blog, website or application and offer to your readers your "Definitive RSS Feed List" and "Definitive JavaScript Content Display List". If you have a list-forum, customize your own RSS feed and JavaScript!

The links for the Full Blend (Full blend: last 99 topics. Important note: Currently there are at least 415 tutorials, tips and articles listed!! So you might to browse the Definitive List via the search feature, don't miss anything!):
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For the JavaScript syndication, check it out here the JavaScript Full Blend (cool isn't? Imagine your blog or website displaying the full blend like that or just your forum-list favorite!!!):
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