The Actionscript Switch Case Statement
ActionScript Calculator Completed Display Results Switch Case
We finish this tutorial with a fully working calculator ready to be deployed and submitted. Great demonstration of how the switch case statement works on actionscript 3.0. The finished result of this tutorial is performing great traffic on major social sites.
Easy explanation of switch/case conditional statement
In this easy lesson you will learn to use the switch/case ActionScript conditional logic.
Using the Switch Statement in AS3
Learn how to execute conditional code depending on the value of a case.
Toggle switch button in Actionscript 3
In this tutorial I will create a Toggle switch button in Actionscript 3. The button will change between the on and off states when clicked. There are two ways you can make this toggle effect. The first method uses timeline frames and motion tweens to switch between the two states, and the second method uses coded tweens to create a smooth sliding transition. I will provide code for a simple toggle by moving the x positions, and also code for a coded tween using the TweenNano class.
The Flash Actionscript if else conditional statement
In this basic Flash Actionscript tutorial i wanted to show you how to setup a if else conditional statement.
How to use the trace method in ActionScript
In this tutorial, I will show you how to use it so that you can check the values of variables, the number of iterations in a loop and the flow of a conditional statement. You will also learn what are comments in ActionScript and how to use them.
Actionscript 3 Trace
AS3 Trace statement is used to output actionscript 3 to the console. This can be very handy in debugging, when writing code, an example could be to check whether something is being parsed.
ActionScript for Newbies
ActionScript for Newbies Contents: ActionScript for Newbies, Starting with: What is ActionScript and what can you do with it?
The ActionScript syntac, Variables, Using Functions, Operators, If...Else, Creating functions, Buttons, Array, Loops, ActionScript math functions, Movieclips and the dot syntax, Movieclip properties, Movieclip events, Drawing with ActionScript, Prototypes, The Debugger, Last Words.
Create an iPhone Inspired Switch CheckBox Using Flash and ActionScript 3.0
In this tutorial, we'll create a Switch checkbox inspired by the iPhone Graphical User Interface.
Flash Actionscript Programming Basics
There are currently 2 versions of Actionscript.Actionscript 1.0 (AS 1.0) is the version that works with Flash MX.Actionscript 2.0 (AS 2.0) is the new language that ships with Flash MX2004.
Most items in these tutorials will cover both AS 1 and AS 2.
Where there is a difference I will indicate it.Actionscript 1.0 will work with Flash MX2004 but Actionscript 2.0 will not work with Flash MX.
Flash Actionscript Programming Basics
There are currently 2 versions of Actionscript. Actionscript 1.0 (AS 1.0) is the version that works with Flash MX. Actionscript 2.0 (AS 2.0) is the new language that ships with Flash MX2004. Most items in these tutorials will cover both AS 1 and AS 2. Where there is a difference I will indicate it. Actionscript 1.0 will work with Flash MX2004 but Actionscript 2.0 will not work with Flash MX.
Flash Actionscript 2.0 Programming Basics
This course is adapted from the book "C++ Primer" by Stanley Lippman.There are currently 2 versions of Actionscript. Actionscript 1.0 (AS 1.0) is the version that works with Flash MX. Actionscript 2.0 (AS 2.0) is the new language that ships with Flash MX2004. Most items in these tutorials will cover both AS 1 and AS 2. Where there is a difference I will indicate it. Actionscript 1.0 will work with Flash MX2004 but Actionscript 2.0 will not work with Flash MX.
Learning to use the conditional if/else statement in Flash 8
I will explain to you what the ActionScript if/else conditional statement is and how to use it in your Flash movies through a visual example.
Use of the modulo operator in ActionScript 2.0
Learn to use the modulo operator (%) in Flash! There aren't a lot of explanations for it around, but it can be really useful in some cases. You will also learn the way a conditional statement in ActionScript works.You will use the modulo operator to check if a certain number is even or odd, and to see when a certain number of movie clips, or other objects have been loaded, attached, etc.
Writing ActionScript 3.0 in Flash
The Flash Professional 9 ActionScript 3.0 Preview is the only development environment that allows you to create Flash documents (FLA files) that use ActionScript 3.0, although you can also compile SWF files from ActionScript (AS) files using Flex Builder 2.
StartDrag with Flash CS3 - Actionscript 3.0
Here is another small change that happened from Actionscript 2.0 to Actionscript 3.0 . The method startDrag of the MovieClip class has been significantly improved without major changes.
Flash Professional 9 ActionScript 3.0 Preview
Adobe Flash Professional 9 ActionScript 3.0 Preview provides registered users of Flash Professional 8 with early access to the new ActionScript 3.0 language and the ability to publish to the newly-released Flash Player 9. ActionScript 3.0 and the new ActionScript Virtual Machine introduced with Flash Player 9 are among the most significant advances in the history of Flash. These new advancements, made in Flash Player 9, provide a more robust programming model, achieve standards compliance, and deliver ground-breaking performance improvements.
AttachMovie in Actionscript 3
The attachMovie method in Actionscript 2.0 has now been removed and replaced with the addchild in Actionscript 3.0. Below is a comparison of the two versions.
Flash MX 2004 ActionScript Learning Guide
ActionScript is the scripting language for Macromedia Flash. It makes your Flash content interactive. ActionScript provides a more efficient way to do things in Flash, from creating simple animations through designing complex application interfaces. With the release of Macromedia Flash MX 2004 Macromedia introduced ActionScript 2.0.
Adobe Flash ActionScript Tutorial: Learn the basics of ActionScript Syntax!