I’m teaching a class on ActionScript 3.0 this year so I’ve been making slides for it, and in the spirit of educational freedom I thought I’d post them up here to see if they’re of use to anyone. The original class I’m taking is Certificate III in Media, CUFDIG302A – Author Interactive Sequences. For those of you unfamiliar with the Australian education system, this means that the course is quite rudimentary, and is aimed at students aged 17 and over.
These slides will not cover the in-depth use of Flash CS4 tools (instead I’ll post a quick Zero-Week primer soon), but will cover some interactive design techniques. Mainly though, they’ll teach you how to use ActionScript 3.0 with Flash CS4 – from the ground up, starting from scratch.
There’s a download link to the slides along with some legal gubbins regarding their use after the jump, so if you fancy learning ActionScript – you’ll find the knowledge to start from absolute basics right here, and over the coming weeks we’ll ramp up to Symbols, Classes, Events, Object Orientation, Interaction, Sound, Collision Detection and all that other good stuff. We’ll even make a couple of flash games – which should be quite fun :)