ActionScript 3.0: An Introduction to ActionScript 3.0 in Flash CS4 – Week 3 Lesson 2

We’re making good progress here in Week 4 of CUFDIG302A – Author Interactive Sequences, so we’re looking at more Symbols and Instances, and how we can use Timers to call functions at specified intervals.

If you’ve not gone through any of the previous weeks slides and you’re new to coding, then take a step back to and take it order – it’ll really help.

Flash Slides Week 3 Lesson 2

I’ve been a bit busy of late and been finding it hard to get the time and inclination to get the slides together in the different format soon after they’re done. Comments, suggestions, thanks etc. are always welcome and give me incentive to keep on keepin’ on…

As usual, the download link to the slides along with some legal gubbins regarding their use is after the break, so jump on in and assert your control!

Download slides link: Introduction to ActionScript 3.0 in Flash CS4 – Week 3, Lesson 2

Duration: Taught over a 3 hour session with two 15 minute breaks.
Audience: Beginners who know a little about variables and how to perform some basic programming math.
Format: Powerpoint 2003 (so they can be opened in Open Office, MS Office 2K3 and Office 2K7)
Template: OOo2 by Chih-Hao Tsai

Important Legal Shenanigans:
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