Category: Javascript

Ball Changer with CreateJS

CreateJS is a open source Javascript library that allows developers to create cool animations with Javascript. The cool part about CreateJS is that it uses syntax that is very similar to Actionscript 3. To display a object, you have to use addChild(), just like in Flash. This library is a great way for Flash Developers

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Useful Javacript & JQuery Snippets

Many of my other posts are about a experiment of a new technology or me learning a new framework. Well, today I’m going to do something a little different. This is going to be about some useful Javascript and JQuery snippets that may be helpful for those of you who are learning Javascript or JQuery

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Trying CreateJS in Flash

You may know by now that CS6 is out. One of the things that people were curious about is will Flash have a HTML5 export? There was no export built into Flash CS6, but one of the Flash experts, Grant Skinner developed a Javascript library known as CreateJS. CreateJS is available to use without Flash.

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Move an Image by keyboard in HTML5

One of the things I’ve wanted to get into is this whole HTML5 games/web apps. I think a good way to learn a programming language or scripting, is to learn some of the basics, such as making something move through arrow keys and by moving things based on the mouse’s position. When I learned Lingo

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It’s Not Flash, It’s FlashJS.

There has been many discussions on Flash being dead because of HTML5. While searching for¬† tutorials on using HTML5 canvas tag, I came across this open source library called ‘FlashJS.’ FlashJS is a not Flash. It uses code that is very similar to Actionscript. This open source library allows Flash Developers to make web content

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