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Recreate the Cover Flow Effect using Flash's Native 3D

by Dru Kepple

You've undoubtedly seen the "Cover Flow" view in effect. It's all over the place on Apple's stuff. And you've also probably seen a number of implementations of Cover Flow in Flash. In this tutorial, you'll get one more. We'll leverage the built-in 3D capabilities of Flash Player 10, and build our own XML-driven version of Cover Flow.

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