Knowing the industry-standard animation and interactivity tool Adobe Animate CC (previously known as “Flash Professional”) can help you get a foothold in the exciting web design and mobile app-development world. Learn Animate CC by building cool creative projects that will teach you how to:
- Design and animate vector artwork
- Compose an animated greeting card using HTML5
- Build a promotional video with text and images animated in 3D
- Construct a working digital clock using ActionScript
- Design and code an interactive quiz for mobile devices
This study guide uses more than 6 hours of video integrated with text to help you gain real-world skills that will get you started in your career designing and building interactive media using Adobe Animate CC. It lays the foundation for taking the Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) exam in Interactive Media Using Adobe Flash Professional CC (name correct at press time) and helps prepare you for an entry-level position in a competitive job market.
Meet clumsy Santa who lost all gifts while speeding on a highway just before the Christmas Eve. Help him collect all the missing stuff, but be careful, the power of his magic sleigh is runnig low. Refuel and get points by picking the right presents and avoid collecting twigs.
Stick and Play is a first intuitive creator of branded Facebook games that you can play in News Feed. Your own games, fully customised and adjusted to your and your client’s needs, engage audience in a new, unheard-of way. The technology applied by Stick and Play will enable sharing your branded games everywhere on Facebook, from News feed and comments section, through personal and friend’s timeline, to wide-range media in the Web. Maintain full control over the running campaign, keep track of your game, players’ scores and the amounts of shares your brand is getting, thanks to our intuitive and user-friendly panel.
The Application extension gives you access to some additional application options that aren’t availble in the default AIR SDK.
The simple API allows you to quickly customise top level UI elements, such as status bars, in just a few lines of code. You can use the device information to identify a user, change UI based on operating system, determine device manufacturer and other device specific information. The user defaults can be used to save user settings in the native user databases, having all the advantages of using the native system for user settings.
We provide complete guides to get you up and running quickly and easily.
- Set the status bar colour on Android;
- Customise your application based on the device information;
- Save defaults using the Android SharedPreferences or iOS NSUserDefaults
As with all our extensions you get access to a year of support and updates as we are continually improving and updating the extensions for OS updates and feature requests.