Going to Adobe MAX? It’s gonna rock!!

It’s almost time for Adobe MAX 2010. This is my first time attending, and my first time presenting there. I’ll be discussing one of the hottest new topics – AIR for Android. It’s so popular in fact, I’m giving the same session 3 times! 2 of the sessions are sold out and there are only 50 seats left for the Tuesday morning session. So, if you’re going to MAX, be sure to sign-up! http://bit.ly/clLwiR

If you can’t make it this year, be sure to sign up for the live streaming Keynote events –> MAX Online

Once MAX is over and I’ve calmed down from all the excitement, I’ll be sure to post my session slides and demo assets.

See you in L.A. 😀

iBrent

Posted on October 20th, 2010 by iBrent and filed under Actionscript 3, Announcements, flash | No Comments »

New Tutorial: Actionscript 3 Chapter 1: Introduction

I’m starting a new tutorial series on Actionscript 3. The plan is to release short videos that cover all the basics of working with AS3, including Flash CS4 and Flex Builder 3.

Check out the new tutorial here.

iBrent

Posted on January 19th, 2009 by iBrent and filed under Actionscript 3, Beginning Flash, flash | No Comments »

UMap and Flash CS4 part 1

I’ve uploaded a new tutorial on using AFComponents UMap AS3 control in Flash CS4 (also works with Flash CS3). There is a fundamental difference in how you use the map component between Flash and Flex. This tutorial shows you how to setup the basic map and add nav controls, as well as skin the nav controls.

Check it out here.

— iBrent

Posted on January 11th, 2009 by iBrent and filed under flash, tutorials | No Comments »

The new home of Tutorials by iBrent

I’m moving my tutorial website to this here blog. I want to combine the blog and tutorial list into one convenient place, (as well as save on bandwidth!).

Look for a few visual changes as I get everything in order.

Posted on June 6th, 2008 by iBrent and filed under blog, flash, tutorials | No Comments »
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