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Keith’s series on creativejs.com
Foundation Actionscript 3.0 Animation: Making Things Move!
Music: Iain dragged some loops onto the timeline in Sony Acid Music.
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“Flash is for the high end projects. HTML5 for all and everyone.”
Takes about ~1 day on lynda.
And As Long Flash does specific things Better than HTML5, and Cannot do without. Flash is a necessity.
Flash is at least 8 years ahead in API capabilities, it creates a clear path for HTML.
You always need a platform that needs to proceed on it’s own. Dosen’t need years for standardization. Always Current. and thats why Flash is a necessity.
Me seeing a fly in effect, built in HTML5 and the community goes “woooo”… makes me wonder – Really? we built these 10 years ago.
The internet is relatively new. Lots of unknowns to be part of the internet.
Creating applications in the browser, is an added advantage, but having full, interactive apps will need latest inputs and APIs part of that new ecosystem.
Flash today in 2011, is a necessity, and more capable to delivering as much as HTML5 and better in rich use cases.
Hi guys, since the last episode was only half way through the first day of FOTB, can you comment more about the conference on the next one? How did Seb’s experiment go? What were the most interesting sessions?
On another topic, I’d like to hear from you about user groups, how to start one, how to find a place for the meetings, etc.