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Review jQuery Mobile Web Dev Essentials
Mobile devices are here to stay but is your website ready? This book by Raymond Camden and Andy Matthews entitled jQuery Mobile Web Development Essentials Second Edition will help you get your website ready for mobile devices.
Review of Adobe Flash CS3 Professional Classroom in a Book
The first thing you will notice about this book is that it is project-based. Each chapter contains a lesson that covers certain Flash techniques, concepts or features and, along the way, introduces you to what is new in Flash CS3.
Review of Flash Animation with Scripting
Book review of Animation with Scripting for Adobe Flash Professional CS5 Studio Techniques
Review of Foundation Flash Cartoon Animation
One of the biggest questions that is answered in Foundation Flash Cartoon Animation is when to use Flash and how to use it most efficiently. The next question is what tasks are beyond Flash´s capabilities and when to turn to another software such as After Effects.
Review ScreenFlow by Telestream
ScreenFlow by Telestream has been my go-to screen capture software since I switched to a Mac. The main reason for this is the intuitive user interface, flexibility and, now with version 4, retina display HD recording. You can make anything from slide shows to training videos.
Revolution Responsive Slider for Wordpress
If you have a responsive Wordpress site, one resource you might want to consider is the Slider Revolution by Themepunch. Besides being responsive, cross browser and SEO readable, it has some very nice features including layers, jQuery fallback and embedded video.
ScreenFlow Annotations and Nested Clips
In the last tutorial, you learned how to add text to a marketing video short and build the company logo with a combination of text and an imported logo graphic. We can use ScreenFlow’s Annotations feature to draw the line under the company name and complete the logo.
One of the reasons that I like to use Screenflow is the simple, uncluttered user interface. ScreenFlow has three major sections to the interface, which are the Canvas, Timeline and Properties Panes.
Before you begin you screen cast project, you will want to set the ScreenFlow preferences. ScreenFlow has an intuitive user interface but you still have a few options that you can customize.
Section Your Webpages Along The Flash Timeline
You should now have all the buttons in place in your navigational menu area. Now we will work on the Timeline of your Flash website. We will divide the Timeline into sections that will represent the webpages of your site.
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