This blog is a collection of information focused mainly on ActionScript and Flash, with emphasis on game development, plus a little bit extra thrown in. It is aimed to be readable by beginners and not only experienced developers.
Articles are typically in one of the following categories:
- ActionScript code samples or tutorials The Language Reference at the tip of your fingers!
- Fixes for common problems Most common Flash Questions (AS3 FAQ)
- Provide new classes which do things where there is currently a lack - until I find out that something similar already existed... DebugText - Onscreen "trace" replacement
- Beginner friendly updates on current events in the Flash world "Go screw yourself Apple" — Lee Brimelow
- Beginner's introductions and clarifications to getting started with various branches of ActionScript development Getting started with Flash Player 10.1
- "Vivid" and "colorful" explanations not only on WHAT flash can do and HOW to do it, but also WHY flash acts the way it does Understanding the AS3 "1203 No default constructor found in base class %s. " Error
- Comparisons between products, and reviews of common or up and coming Flash libraries and software What's AS3 got that FlashLite doesn't?
- And finally, those lists without a real category The 7 Wonders of the Flash World [The Best and Most Beautiful uses of Flash]
Optimize AS3 for speed - Bitmap filters reply
TIP: Tweening Functions
Fixing Vector Support in FlashDevelop
Error: Error #2071: The Stage class does not implement this property or method.
Error: Error #2069: The Loader class does not implement this method.
Simple AS3 VolumeKnob Component
Steve Jobs responds regarding Flash
Wii Internet Channel with FlashLite 3.1 confirmed!
Getting started with Flex/Flash Builder on Linux
ActionScript Blogs to Follow [part 1]
The posts also strive to be unique. "If you can find it from 100 different sources on Google, there is no use in reposting what is already out there." Though, I may link to good articles, but I try to avoid writing repetitious information, clogging up the already very filled internet.
If there is any part of ActionScript you want more information on, or have an idea for a good blog post, leave a comment in the section below. A blog isn't much use if the information is irrelevant to it's readers.
Andreas J. Renberg
And now on to SWF Protection! :)