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Adobe Flash » 06.04.2011 » by Riacodes
See how to create a Before & After Image Viewer that allows you to compare two images with a draggable slider. It is useful for highlighting a before/after makeover or untouched/photoshopped image.
Adobe Flash » 31.03.2011 » by ilike2flash
In this tutorial you will learn how to create a colouring book effect in Actionscript 3.
Adobe Flash » 22.03.2011 » by ilike2flash
In this tutorial you will learn how to create a simple shooting game in Actionscript 3.
Adobe Flash » 12.03.2011 » by ilike2flash
In this tutorial you will learn how to create a custom colour picker tool in Actionscript 3.
Adobe Flash » 23.02.2011 » by gearup
In this Quick Introduction to the Flash Professional Components, we’re going to look at the UILoader and UIScrollbar.
Adobe Flash » 22.02.2011 » by gearup
In this Quick Tip we’ll take a look at how to embed and display a 3D model in Flash, using Papervision3D.
Adobe Flash » 21.02.2011 » by gearup
In the tutorial, we will learn how to create a dynamic, bubbling photo displayer using the FLiNT particle engine and flash.
Adobe Flash » 20.02.2011 » by gearup
In this tutorial we will create a game where the objective is to prevent other objects from colliding with your cursor. We won’t use Flash’s built-in hitTestObject() methods; instead we will write our own collision detection routines.
Adobe Flash » 16.02.2011 » by gearup
A lot of Tablet Computers and Touch Screen devices have emerged, and it’s time to create games that have virtual joystick support on the screen for easier gameplay. Read on and discover how you can create a virtual joystick for your games on touch enabled devices..
Adobe Flash » 14.02.2011 » by Riacodes
In this flash tutorial, learn how to create a nice 3D flipping Youtube Player consisting of a youtube player that you can flip 180 degrees to show a description of the video.