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| Samimi || Ali || asamimi|| [http://matrix.senecac.on.ca/~asamimi/pro608a/BaseProject/ Ali] ||ali.samimi@gmail.com || [http://asa.veryusefulinfo.com The Door] || asa_
| Samimi || Ali || asamimi|| [http://matrix.senecac.on.ca/~asamimi/pro608a/BaseProject/ Ali] ||ali.samimi@gmail.com || [http://asa.veryusefulinfo.com The Door] || asa_
| Choephel|| Thupten|| tchoephel|| [http://matrix.senecac.on.ca/~tchoephel/flash/BaseProject/ Thupten] ||thupten1234@gmail.com || [http://thupten.veryusefulinfo.com Thupten's Blog] || thupten
| Choephel|| Thupten|| tchoephel|| [http://matrix.senecac.on.ca/~tchoephel/flash/BaseProject/ Thupten]  [http://matrix.senecac.on.ca/~tchoephel/flash/Assignment1/Project/ Project] ||thupten1234@gmail.com || [http://thupten.veryusefulinfo.com Thupten's Blog] || thupten
| Huynh|| Khai|| nkhuynh1|| [http://matrix.senecac.on.ca/~nkhuynh1/flash/project/index.html Khai's project] ||kyle.huynh205@gmail.com || [http://kyle205.blogspot.com/ Khai Huynh's Blog] || nkhuynh1
| Huynh|| Khai|| nkhuynh1|| [http://matrix.senecac.on.ca/~nkhuynh1/flash/project/index.html Khai's project] ||kyle.huynh205@gmail.com || [http://kyle205.blogspot.com/ Khai Huynh's Blog] || nkhuynh1

Revision as of 23:28, 8 August 2010


Last Name First Name Seneca Username Email Blog Url
Clark Simon simon.clark simon@zebraspot.com Twitter


Last Name First Name Seneca Username PRO608a Matrix website Email Blog Url IRC Nick
Gorscak Ljubomir gljubomir matrix/~gljubomir ljubomir.gorscak@gmail.com Blogspot ljubo
Granovsky Andriy aagranovsky andregranovsky@gmail.com - param
Samimi Ali asamimi Ali ali.samimi@gmail.com The Door asa_
Choephel Thupten tchoephel Thupten Project thupten1234@gmail.com Thupten's Blog thupten
Huynh Khai nkhuynh1 Khai's project kyle.huynh205@gmail.com Khai Huynh's Blog nkhuynh1
Butnaru Stefan sbutnaru testing stefanbutnaru@rogers.com N/A N/A
Joshua Byer jbyer Joshua jbyer@learn.senecac.on.ca none none
Zhang Jia jzhang11 Jia jzhang11@learn.senecac.on.ca none none
Bagasrawala Rashida rbagasrawala Project rbagasrawala@learn.senecac.on.ca none none
Grewal Harman hgrewal3 hgrewal3@learn.senecac.on.ca none none
Nasir Arsalan anasir4 anasir4@learn.senecac.on.ca none none
Novichikhin Konstantin knovichikhi knovichikhi@learn.senecac.on.ca Blog Link knovichikhin
Thanh Dao tdao3 Project tdao3@learn.senecac.on.ca none none
Qing Luo qluo5 qluo5@learn.senecac.on.ca N/A N/A
Yu Sasaki ysasaki@learn.senecac.on.ca Project ysasaki@learn.senecac.on.ca N/A N/A
David Takasaki dtakasak@learn.senecac.on.ca Project dtakasak@learn.senecac.on.ca N/A takasaki
Kanakarayar Nalini nkanakarayar@learn.senecac.on.ca Project none none


Course documents


Week 8

Class 1 class1.zip

  • Basic Flash usage
  • creating a document
  • basic drawing
  • defining actions in the timeline
  • working with symbols

Class 2 class2.zip

  • specifying a document class
  • external ActionScript code
  • creating classed library items
  • creating a Global Static class for persistent storage and interdocument communication
  • embedding in a webpage with swfobject2.2
  • communication with javascript

Week 9

Class 3 class3.zip

  • working with event listeners
  • iterating over an object or array
  • passing function references as parameters
  • working with the Caurina tweener class.

Class 4 class4.zip

  • using a swf as a navigation menu
  • loading ajax content using jQuery
  • Loading one flash movie into another

Week 10

Class 5 PRO608a Summer - Class Project 1

Work alone or in pairs.

Create a flash project that runs within a browser. It can be navigation, a game of some sort, interactive art, something that takes advantage of the graphic or interactive nature of flash.

Some ideas of elements to include are:

  • Collision Detection
  • Keyboard interaction
  • Mouse Following
  • Puzzle logic
  • Constrained dragging
  • physics engine
  • Server side code interaction
  • XML or JSON driven content

Include a short explanation of what you are trying to achieve with your project, and what points of interest can be found in your code.

Class 6 class6.zip

Marking scheme for Class Project 1

40% - complexity of attempted functionality

30% - Functionality of code (does it work?)

10% - Appropriate use of flash abilities

20% - Elegance of code

Week 11


Week 12


Test 1 Review