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Adobe Flash CS3: Level 2
Adobe Training Description

As a web developer, you want to create engaging experiences for the visitors to your sites. Thus far, you have probably created straightforward HTML or Flash files with simple animations using prebuilt components. In this course, you will create rich Internet applications with Adobe® Flash® CS3 using ActionScript™. The site you create will pull data from external sources, so it will respond to user choices based on the information in those files. You will also manage forms, perform calculations, and tailor the interface using ActionScript programming.

Adobe Training Objective

You will create Flash-based movies that contain graphics, text, and animations using ActionScript.

Adobe Training Prerequisites

Before taking this course, students should have taken the Adobe® Flash® CS3: Level 1 course or have equivalent knowledge.

Delivery Method

Instructor led, group-paced, classroom-delivery learning model with structured hands-on activities.

Target Student

The target student is the professional who wants to be an advanced developer of media technologies, on a path towards programming and web development. Target customers are advertising agencies, marketing agencies, production houses, and design- or media-focused departments within larger corporations.

Hardware Requirements

  • An Intel® Pentium® 4, Intel® Centrino®, Intel Xeon®, or Intel® Core™ Duo (or compatible) processor.
  • 256 MB of RAM (512 MB recommended).
  • A 10 GB hard disk or larger.
  • 1.8 GB of available hard-disk space (additional free space required during installation).
  • A 1024 x 768 resolution video card and monitor.
  • A DVD-ROM drive.
  • Network cards and cabling for local network access.
  • Internet access (see your local network administrator).
  • A keyboard and a mouse or other input device.
Performance-Based Objectives

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
  • use basic ActionScript code.
  • manipulate components with ActionScript.
  • work with movie clips.
  • add data to your application using built-in classes.
  • reuse code with functions.
  • connect to external data.
  • build a navigation system.
  • manage user data with forms.
Platform Requirements

  • Microsoft® Windows® XP with Service Pack 2
Software Requirements

  • Adobe® Flash® CS3 Professional
  • Adobe® Flash® CS3 Video Encoder
  • Microsoft® Internet Explorer® 6.0 or later version
  • Apple® QuickTime® Free Player 7 or later
Adobe Training Course duration

2 Days

Adobe Training Course outline

Lesson 1: Using ActionScript
  • Topic 1A: Add Components from the Actions Panel
  • Topic 1B: Trace a String
  • Topic 1C: Populatea Text Area with ActionScript
  • Topic 1D: Store Data in Variables
Lesson 2: Manipulating Components with ActionScript
  • Topic 2A: Create an Event Handler
  • Topic 2B: Create a Form with Interactive Components
  • Topic 2C: Use Conditional Logic in ActionScript
Lesson 3: Working with Movie Clips
  • Topic 3A: Create a Movie Clip
  • Topic 3B: Check for Movie Clip Collisions
  • Topic 3C: Attach a Movie Clip from the Library Panel
Lesson 4: Adding Data Using Built-in Classes
  • Topic 4A: Create a Dynamic Text Field
  • Topic 4B: Read Data from a Text File
Lesson 5: Reusing Code with Functions
  • Topic 5A: Streamline Code Using Built-in Functions
  • Topic 5B: Create User-Defined Functions
  • Topic 5C: Reference an External ActionScript File
Lesson 6: Connecting to External Data
  • Topic 6A: Examine Dynamic Content in Flash
  • Topic 6B: Add Data to an XML File
  • Topic 6C: Load Data from an External Data Source
  • Topic 6D: Create Dependent Components
Lesson 7: Building a Navigation System
  • Topic 7A: Display SWFs Using Buttons
  • Topic 7B: Add a Submenu Using Buttons
Lesson 8: Managing User Data Using Forms
  • Topic 8A: Gather User Data Using a Form
  • Topic 8B: Create a Submit Button
  • Topic 8C: Submit User Data

 
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