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  • HTML & CSS
    Working with Advanced 3D CSSCode
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    CSS is capable of so much more than browsers can currently handle, namely when it comes to working in 3D spaces. In this week’s premium video tutorial, I’m going to teach you how to work with CSS transitions, animations, and specifically how to work with Webkit’s CSS 3D capabilities.Read More…
  • ActionScript
    Creating Flash Components for DistributionPreview new
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    During this tutorial I will explain how to create a FLA-based User Interface (UI) component. Like the components that come with Flash, it will be visible on the stage, the preview then automatically updating as you change its parameters. This specific example is a circular progress bar.Read More…
  • Web Roundups
    Color Inspiration: Awesome Red WebsitesPreview
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    Red is a very powerful and strong color. It's associated with a variety of things, from courage and bravery to warnings and danger. It's also, of course, strongly tied to love and passion. It's a popular color in website design, though, due to its boldness, is most commonly used as an accent color. With that said, there's no reason why it can't take on a more prominent role in a website's overall design, as demonstrated in these twenty-five awesome red websites.Read More…
  • PHP
    Quick Tip: Loop Through Folders with PHP's Glob()Preview
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    Are you still using opendir() to loop through folders in PHP? Doesn't that require a lot of repetitive code everytime you want to search a folder? Luckily, PHP's glob() is a much smarter solution.Read More…
  • Flash
    Quick Tip: A Guide to Cross Domain Policy FilesPreview
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    Every Flash or Flex developer who has had to access remote resources has come across a crossdomain.xml policy file at some point. This article takes a look at what these policy files are, how they work and how you can create one for yourself.Read More…
  • HTML & CSS
    Quick Tip: Ever Thought About Using @Font-face for Icons?200x200
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    The evolution of Internet technologies never ceases to amaze. Seemingly daily, new concepts and techniques are being thought up by creative and talented people. With modern browsers being adopted at a greater rate, systems like CSS3 are becoming more and more viable for use on projects of all sizes. Clearly, this can be seen by looking at new services sprouting on-line like TypeKit. Conceptually, if we deconstruct a font down to it's basic elements, we can make use of this technology for things other than type, icons.Read More…
  • ASP.NET
    A jQuery UI and .Net Image Organizer200x200
    Over the course of this tutorial we'll look at how to create a simple image organizer that lets users reorder a series of images; this functionality could be useful on any kind of image-based site where users have a collection of images that they have uploaded or otherwise added to their profile or account. We'll use .net to retrieve and store the order of images in a SQL database on the server, and jQuery UI to handle the reordering of the images on the client.Read More…
  • Workflow
    Create New Features for Flash with JSFLPreview
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    In this introduction to the JavaScript for Flash (JSFL) scripting language, you'll learn how to automate repetitive tasks and add new commands to the Flash authoring environment.Read More…
  • News
    Photoshop to HTML: Slice your Designs Like a ProPsd to html
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    Hey, everyone! I have some exciting news (at least for me)! Late last year, I was asked to prepare a book and video series that covers exactly how to convert PSDs into standards-compliant HTML/CSS websites. This is what web designers do day-in and day-out. I'm proud to announce that it's now been released by Rockable Press! So, if you're at the point in your learning where this might be helpful, please do read on and consider checking it out. Read More…
  • Web Development
    Using Twitter's @Anywhere Service in 6 StepsIntro
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    Last week, Twitter released @Anywhere, which, with only a few added lines in your code, can bring all of Twitter's platform functionalities into your website. @Anywhere can allow for anything, ranging from converting a simple @username into a clickable link, to even creating new tweets directly from your personal site. I'll show you exactly how to do so in this tutorial! Read More…
  • Workflow
    Quick Tip: Compile a Debug Version of Your Flash ProjectPreviewicon
    In this Quick Tip I'll show you how to use Config Constants to compile different debug and release versions of your code, so you can easily switch between them.Read More…
  • HTML & CSS
    The Intricacy of Simplicity: CSS3 200x200
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    Ever wondered how a particular effect was achieved in a web design, and, after zooming in several clicks, you found that the author added several subtle shadows, borders, gradients, etc? In the past, this was achieved simply by slicing out an image, and setting it as a background of some element. Luckily, with CSS3, we can be afforded much more flexibility. Now, while the code for such a simple effect might be a bit tedious, it's well worth it, and that's what we'll review in today's written and video quick tip! Read More…
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