Create a Card Flip Effect For Flash Player 10 using ActionScript 3
This article will step you through the classes used to achieve a card flipping effect using the new rotationY property that exists in Flash Player 10.
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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.
This tutorial shows you how to create a flip letter effect. Each letter will flip 360 degrees when the user hovers it.
In our first edition of 3D Flip tutorial we implemented a simple flip along X axis. Second edition showed how to apply a fix to a small bug with Flash 3D rendering.
Adobe Flash Tutorial: Create a Virtual CD Player in Flash 5 with ActionScript!
Normally, to create a good text effect, you need to take advantage of ActionScript by using Flash, which is not so easy for us flash beginners. Here I would like to introduce you a flash design tool, with which you can create a lot of fantasic text effects with just a few clicks. Don't beleive it? Take the following tour and you will be convinced.
This Flash tutorial will teach you how to create a scratch card effect iin Actionscript 3.0.
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.
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.
For somebody to be able to see your Flash movie online they need the appropriate Flash player to be installed into the Browser. So if you create a movie in Flash 5 they will need the Flash 5 Player (or a more recent version of the player). If you create a Flash MX movie the Browser needs the Flash 6 Player and Flash MX 2004 needs the Flash 7 Player.
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.