Archive for category 'Actionscript'

Actionscript

2009
05
May

TweenMaxVars

I just realized TweenMax has been updated. Sort of anyway. First of all, if you haven’t heard of TweenMax, go read about it. It’s an amazing Actionscript library that allows you to tween things in Flash or Flex. Big deal, Adobe has classes like that build in. Wrong! This is a hell of a lot … Continue reading

2009
05
May

Custom Easing Function Explorer v1.0.0

A couple weeks ago I was looking for a quick customization to the default tweens in Flex. Basically I didn’t want the Bounce to bounce as much as it was. I don’t know math well enough to make it do what I wanted so I just went with second best. Yesterday I was surfing around … Continue reading

2009
05
May

TweenMax

I’ve always been a big fan of Tweener. Even when it was called MC Tween I thought it was one of the best tween managers for Flash. Yesterday I found something that might compete with Tweener. It’s called TweenMax. There are three version of TweenMax. TweenLite (3k) does the basic tweens. The same as Tweener … Continue reading

2009
05
May

Undetermined Number of Arguments With …rest

It’s amazing how many people still don’t know about …rest. On the other hand I think I have only played with it but never actually used it. Basically what …rest does it allows you to pass, or not pass, parameters to a function. …rest parameters are passed just like all variables but in the function … Continue reading

2009
04
May

ActionScript Error Repository

I found a great resource today called the ActionScript Error Repository. Let’s say you are working in Flash, Flex, or AIR and you get a fun error message: Error #2032: Stream Error. You can search for the error code and it will explain the cause and how to fix it. It will give an example … Continue reading

2008
27
Jul

Bitmap Smoothing

Let’s say you are loading in an image. The image is a little to big to fit in the area it is supposed to go in or maybe too small so you have to scale it up a little. The problem is, if you scale it, it will end up looking absolutely horrible. All is … Continue reading