Posted: 30 Aug 2009 09:01 PM PDT
Flashtuts+, the “sister” Web site of FlashDen, is part of the envato Tuts+ network, and features some of the best Flash, ActionScript and Flex tutorials on the Web in an easy-to-follow and engaging format.
Each week on FlashDen we will provide a roundup of all the previous week’s tutorials from Flashtuts+ as a reminder to brush-up on your Flash skills or to learn something new.
August 28th in ActionScript, Novice by Dru Kepple
In this installment of AS3 101, we'll spend the entire tutorial exploring a single type of data available to most programming languages: the Array.
Arrays are ways to keep lists of values. Arrays are useful to keep an arbitrary number of related items grouped together, and can represent complex data structures though nesting. In ActionScript, Arrays have quite a bit of flexibility and functionality, as we'll see. After the usual abstract introduction, we'll apply what we've learned (whilst also learning some more along the way) by building a rather simple puzzle game.
August 26th in ActionScript, XML by Evan Mullins
August 24th in Effects by Karl Macklin
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