Explore the depth and flexibility of Macromedia Flash 8 with Sams Teach Yourself Macromedia Flash 8 in 24 Hours. Fundamental topics are presented one-by-one in a series of 24 one-hour lessons that will help you master the basics of Flash. Author Phillip Kerman, an internationally-known Macromedia trainer and multimedia expert, offers you a clearly-written, well-organized introduction to Macromedia Flash 8 without becoming too overwhelming. You will cover such subjects as:
Drawing and Painting Original Art
Using Motion Tween to Animate
Animatng Using Movie Clips
Using Actions to Create Non-Linear Movies
Optimizing a Flash Site
Publishing a Creation
Not only will you master the basics of Macromedia Flash 8 with Sams Teach Yourself Macromedia Flash 8 in 24 Hours, you will also be better prepared to learn more advanced topics in the future.
No Wonder You Wonder!: Great Inventions and Scientific Mysteries
This book explores and explains scientific mysteries and principles, leavened with tongue-in-cheek humor and an abundance of illustrations. Chapters are short, but give an understanding of technology and science not available elsewhere. Questions include:
• What holds a satellite up while it goes around the Earth?
APIs: A Strategy Guide
APIs are a big deal and they are getting bigger. Pioneering companies such as Google,
Facebook, Apple, and Twitter have exposed amazing technological solutions to the
public, transforming existing businesses and creating new industries. Central to these
companies’ successes are the APIs that link people and...
Auditor Essentials (Internal Audit and IT Audit)
Internal auditors must know many concepts, techniques, control frameworks, and remain knowledgeable despite the many changes occurring in the marketplace and their profession. This easy to use reference makes this process easier and ensures auditors can obtain needed information quickly and accurately. This book consists of 100...
Air and Spaceborne Radar Systems (Radar, Sonar, Navigation and Avionics)
The history of airborne radar is almost as old as that of radar itself. The improvement in detection range provided by an airborne platform was realised early during the Second World War, and the development of the cavity magnetron at almost the same time allowed higher radar frequencies and, hence, directive antennas to be used. Nowadays,...