This project is a combination of three courses I just finished for Adobe Flash, Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop. Enjoy and please provide feedback.
Saturday, May 15, 2010
Monday, March 15, 2010
Doug Simpson, a local Certified Public Accountant, contacted me for permission to use my Pennybacker Bridge photo in the header on his newly redesigned web site. He also mentioned that he was looking for someone to dessign a new logo as well. I submit an attend at the logo and we ran with it. The result is here:
You can see how it all came together at simpsoncpa.org
Monday, March 1, 2010
Maven is a tool that provides an uniform and easy build process for your projects. In real life this means generally that you describe your project in one xml file and Maven reads this information to compile and package your project. The pros of this approach are that the project can be set up quickly in new environment, you can quite transparently add new features, and you have all the time clear overview of libraries that are used in your project.
Saturday, February 20, 2010
Layers magazine is the “How-to magazine for everything Adobe” and is dedicated to teaching readers how to use Adobe’s industry-leading software products for designers, illustrators, Web developers, and photographers.
Published bi-monthly (six-times a year), each issues contains step-by-step tutorials, tips, tricks, Q&As, in-depth articles, and is a trusted resource for comprehensive reviews and news. Layers is available by subscription or on newsstands.
Lee Brimelow wrote a tutorial named The Third Dimension in the May/June 2009 issue, which can be downloaded from layersmagazine.com.
Here’s my attempt at adding 3D and animation to my original flat Flash movie.
Tuesday, December 22, 2009
This explains how I setup the Flex Builder Plug-in to Eclipse 3.5 (Galileo). Most this information came from Lee Brimelow‘s Pimp My Eclipse articles. I have just widdled it down to something that I can reference for new quick installs. It’s definitely a work in progress and it has not been tested on a Mac.
Install Eclipse 3.5 (Galileo)
Download and install Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers (189 MB). Move content to C:\Program Files.
Install Flex Builder 3 Plug-in
• Download FB3_WWEJ_Plugin and install at C:\Program Files\Adobe and associate it with the C:\Program Files\eclipse directory.
• Edit your C:\Program Files\eclipse\links\com.adobe.flexbuilder.feature.core.link file by adding “path=” before the path.
Should be : path=C:/Program Files/Adobe/Flex Builder 3 Plug-in.
Installing CFEclipse Plug-in
• Select Help > Install new software… menu option.
• Type http://www.cfeclipse.org/update into the Work with box and press Add….
• Type CFEclipse into the Name field and press OK.
• Tick CFEclipse (including CFUnit and Frameworks) and press Next.
Snip Tree View
Watch the GoToAndLearn video Customizing Flex Builder for Flash for details on setting up.
- • Flex Formatter is an extremely useful plugin for FlexBuilder / FlashBuilder that formats your ActionScript code (AS3) and MXML according to a broad range of settings, and helps you to generate ASDoc comments automatically. It is free, and opensource.http://flexformatter.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/FlexFormatter/FlexPrettyPrintCommandUpdateSite/
• New tool bar will appear after restarting Eclipse.
• Import Lee Brimelow’s settings, unzip them, and import them through Flex Formatter’s preferences.
Download .ico and .icns versions and swift the shortcut icon.
Download Random Splash Screen Plug-in that allows you to customize it. Download this plug-in and put it into your Eclipse plug-ins folder. Restart Eclipse and then go into the Preferences window. Under the General section you should see the Random Splash Screen option. From the preferences screen you can click to the pick link to choose a new splash screen. I modified this one.
Wednesday, September 24, 2008
This was my first attempt at developing a Flex application with the Eclipse IDE and the Adobe Flex Builder 3 plug-in. With the help from the gotoandlearn.com tutorials I was able to dive into Flex development.
Note that with the flexibility (no pun intended) of Flex, this application could be embedded into a web page, like it one was, or made as a standalone desktop Adobe AIR application.
Just type what you are looking for from twitter.com and then select the Search button.