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There’s increasing interest in connecting ActionScript in Flash with JavaScript on web pages, and we’ve been working on techniques for accomplishing this well. An example of this working today is the Macromedia weblog aggregator report that was developed by Christian Cantrell and Mike Chambers. Clicking on the feed names loads new HTML content in place on the page as well as updates the chart in Flash. Clicking on bars in the Flash chart also communicates out to the page to load new HTML content in place below, all without refreshing the whole page.

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Flash Charts

I have been working on a business intelligence application recently and did a lot of research for a Flash based library to build out dynamic charts. There are a number of players in the market, some free and some even open source. I ended up choosing a product called amCharts which seemed very flexible and the pricing was generally lower than the competition. You can download and use the charts for free with the

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In this tutorial you will learn how to create a sound bar visualisation effect commonly seen in many audio players on the internet. The bars will move randomly up and down one after another by changing the height property. You will need the Tweenlite plug-in for this tutorial which can be downloaded here.

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A flash intro has been more and more common to be applied into a website as the first page. How could you create a flash intro for your website so it could attract more attension? Just use Photo Flash Maker, the most powerful flash intro maker, to create your own flash intro for your website.

Photo Flash Maker provides plenty of transitions and effects for your photos. You can add photos and music and choose transitions, effects and templates and add text to the photos to create a flash intro just with ease.

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After the last tutorial we are now in a position where most of the logic relating to how entities are constructed now lies in an XML file. The components that make up the entities are still defined in ActionScript.

As you might expect, the ability to control an entity with the keyboard will come from a new component, called KeyboardControllerComponent in this case. Lets take a look at the code for this component.

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Papervision3D (PV3D) is a popular open source 3D engine for Flash. It enables to create advanced three-dimensional objects displayed real time right in the web browser. With Papervision3D designers bring an impressive visual experience and user interaction to the web visitors. Interactive environment captivates and gives an opportunity to enjoy navigation and content exploring process. PV3D provides great solutions for product showcasing websites, advertising campaigns and portfolio designs.

Below you can find a collection of impressive Papervision3D websites and tutorials that hopefully will inspire you and give you an idea about how this technique can be used in your projects. It is important to remember that being based on Flash, Papervision3D often has similar issues in usability and is not recommended to be used in developing websites where simplicity and accessibility are essential.

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