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Adobe Flash History and Basics


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This presentation contents the history and basics of adobe flash which was presented by Rafiqul Islam at tasawr weekly learning session for Bangladesh Team

This presentation contents the history and basics of adobe flash which was presented by Rafiqul Islam at tasawr weekly learning session for Bangladesh Team

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  • 1. Adobe Flash History and Basics of
  • 2. Adobe Flash Adobe Flash is a multimedia platform developed and distributed by Adobe Systems.
  • 3. Adobe Flash Adobe Flash (formerly Macromedia Flash) is a multimedia platform originally acquired by Macromedia and currently developed and distributed by Adobe Systems. Since its introduction in 1996 , Flash has become a popular method for adding animation and interactivity to web pages.
  • 4. Adobe Flash Macromedia originated in the 1992. Macromedia was an American graphics and web-development software house headquartered in San Francisco, California, produced such products as Macromedia Flash as well as Macromedia Dreamweaver . Its former rival, Adobe Systems, acquired Macromedia on December 3, 2005 and as of 2009 controls the line of Macromedia products.
  • 5. Adobe Flash Macromedia Flash 1 1996 Macromedia Flash 2 1997 Macromedia Flash 3 1998 Macromedia Flash 4 1999 Macromedia Flash 5 2000 Macromedia Flash MX 2002 Macromedia Flash MX 2004 2003 Macromedia Flash 8 2005
  • 6. Adobe Flash Adobe Flash CS3 Professional 2007 Adobe Flash CS4 Professional 2008
  • 7. Adobe Flash
  • 8. Adobe Flash Flash can manipulate vector and raster graphics, and supports streaming of audio and video. It contains a scripting language called ActionScript . Several software products, systems, and devices are able to create or display Flash content, including Adobe Flash Player , which is available free for most common web browsers, some mobile phones and for other electronic devices
  • 9. Adobe Flash Flash is commonly used to create > Interactive Website > Create animation > Advertisements > Flash Application > Audio and Video Streaming > Develop Rich Internet Applications > Company Presentation > And 2D or 3D Games
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  • 18. Adobe Flash ActionScript
  • 19. Adobe Flash ActionScript . The ActionScript scripting language lets you add complex interactivity, playback control, and data display to your application. You can add ActionScript in the authoring environment by using the Actions panel, Script window, or an external editor. ActionScript follows its own rules of syntax, reserved keywords, and lets you use variables to store and retrieve information. ActionScript includes a large library of built‑in classes that let you create objects to perform many useful tasks. ActionScript 2.0 + ActionScript 3.0
  • 20. Adobe Flash ActionScript .
  • 21. Adobe Flash ActionScript. time=new Date(); // time object var seconds = time.getSeconds() var minutes = time.getMinutes() var hours = time.getHours() if (hours<12) { ampm = &quot;AM&quot;; } else{ ampm = &quot;PM&quot;; } while(hours >12){ hours = hours - 12; } if(hours<10) { hours = &quot;0&quot; + hours; } if(minutes<10) { minutes = &quot;0&quot; + minutes; } if(seconds<10) { seconds = &quot;0&quot; + seconds; } clock_txt.text = hours + &quot;:&quot; + minutes + &quot;:&quot; + seconds +&quot; &quot;+ ampm;
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