We’re still finding our feet a little here in Week 3 of CUFDIG302A – Author Interactive Sequences, so we’re looking at functions, symbols, instances and the start of using event listeners with functions to control things on the screen.
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. Otherwise enjoy!
Oh, and the class has moved from just one 3-hour session per week to a 3-hour session plus a 2-hour session – so expect more updates from now until the end of the course in a couple of weeks time, at which point we might decide to take on some more complex ActionScript for a more involved course…
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Download slides link: Introduction to ActionScript 3.0 in Flash CS4 – Week 3, Lesson 1
Duration: Taught over a 2 hour session with one 15 minute break.
Audience: Beginners who know a little about variables and how to perform some basic programming math.
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