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Using Code Snippets
Using Code Snippets
Snippets and the Snippets library are important to coding in Edge Animate. This lesson shows you what snippets are, and how you can add these small pieces of JavaScript code to the Code panel with nothing more than a mouse click.
  • Edge Animate
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 4,786
  • Added: Jun 18, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:06:01
  • Tags: code, snippets, Code panel, Edge Animate, JavaScript, Snippets library, Tom Green
Using the Script Panel
Using the Script Panel
This lesson explores the basics of interactivity by attaching an event to a button, and uses the Script panel to decide what happens on the Stage when the user performs an action.
  • Edge Animate
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 3,350
  • Added: Jun 18, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:03:09
  • Tags: buttons, code, events, Edge Animate, Script panel, Tom Green
Adding easing effects to objects
Adding easing effects to objects
This video shows you how to use easing to add a degree of reality to objects in motion. You learn how to apply one of the many easing effects in the Easing panel, change an ease to affect an object's motion, and learn the difference between ease in and ease out.
  • Edge Animate
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 4,171
  • Added: Jun 18, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:03:22
  • Tags: motion, Edge Animate, Tom Green, ease, easing effects, timeline
Using the Pin tool
Using the Pin tool
A unique motion graphics tool, found only in Animate, is the Pin. This lesson shows you how to use this invaluable tool to create motion or property changes on the Animate timeline.
  • Edge Animate
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 5,112
  • Added: Jun 18, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:03:48
  • Tags: elements, Edge Animate, Tom Green, timeline
Controlling Elements
Controlling Elements
This lesson shows you how to visually manipulate elements in Animate. You also discover the relationship between the Timeline and Elements panels.
  • Edge Animate
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 4,074
  • Added: Jun 17, 2013
  • Runtime: 00:03:31
  • Tags: elements, Edge Animate, Tom Green, timeline
Edge Animate and HTML
Edge Animate and HTML
Animate doesn't just create its own standalone motion graphics. In this lesson you will learn how Animate can open an existing static HTML page and then put elements on that page into motion.
  • Edge Animate
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 19,822
  • Added: Oct 05, 2012
  • Runtime: 00:03:28
  • Tags: animation, html, motion, Edge Animate, Tom Green
Adding Interactivity to a Static Page
Adding Interactivity to a Static Page
Interactivity is driven by code, and Animate makes the coding process accessible for all skill levels from beginner to coding god. In this lesson you will see how to create interactive buttons, how triggers and labels work together, and how to use the JavaScript snippets included in Animate.
  • Edge Animate
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 22,414
  • Added: Oct 05, 2012
  • Runtime: 00:04:33
  • Tags: Interactive , buttons, interactivity, Edge Animate, Tom Green, adding interactivity, labels JavaScript snippets, triggers
Using TypeKit
Using TypeKit
One of the great advantages of modern browsers is that they let designers to move away from the standard web fonts and actually use custom fonts. In this video you will learn how to choose a font in TypeKit, Adobe's web font service, and how to add that font to your Animate composition.
  • Edge Animate
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 9,994
  • Added: Oct 05, 2012
  • Runtime: 00:05:16
  • Tags: Edge Animate, Tom Green, TypeKit, Web Fonts
Creating Content for Animate
Creating Content for Animate
Content has to come from somewhere, and the Adobe imaging and drawing tools are powerhouses when it comes to creating content for Animate. In this lesson you will see how to create content in Fireworks CS6, Photoshop CS6, and Illustrator CS6.
  • Edge Animate
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 20,090
  • Added: Oct 05, 2012
  • Runtime: 00:07:50
  • Tags: Photoshop , content, fireworks, illustrator, CS6, Edge Animate, Tom Green, creating content
Support older browsers with the Down-Level Stage
Support older browsers with the Down-Level Stage
One of the nifty features of Edge Animate is that it recognizes that not all users have a modern browser. In this lesson you will how to accommodate users of older browsers by creating a screenshot of the page and then creating a down-level stage that will appear if, for example, an IE 7 user opens a page containing an Animate composition.
  • Edge Animate
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 20,155
  • Added: Oct 05, 2012
  • Runtime: 00:03:00
  • Tags: Edge Animate, Tom Green, browser compatibility, down-level stage
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