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Author Bio
Guy Watson (or FlashGuru as he is also known) has been an active, well recognized figure in the Flash community for four years, supporting the community with tutorials, source files, forum moderation, and running his own Flash resource Web site, FlashGuru's MX 101. Guy was one of two developers who created the ever popular, award winning zoom interface for Relevare and now works for the leading entertainment company Endemol UK, the creative force behind reality television, producing programs such as Big Brother and The Salon. Guy now spends most of his time developing Flash games and applications for high profile clients such as Channel 5 Television, Ladbrookes, and UK Style.
For Web Development Zone | April 23, 2004
With the 2004 edition of Flash MX, developers have the option to build any kind of custom extension that they like, including commercial third-party extensions. Find out how to exploit the 'Extensibility Layer' in Flash using a new but simple scripting language called JSFL.
For Web Development Zone | April 23, 2004
The key to learning to write your own Flash extensions is to understand the Flash DOM and thus the first article in this series will explain the DOM in detail.
For Web Development Zone | April 23, 2004
If you're experienced with ActionScript—or even JavaScript—JSFL won't be a stretch. There's just a few idiosyncrasies you need to know about. Find out how to write and execute your own JSFL scripts.
For Web Development Zone | April 23, 2004
The History Panel is one of the best learning tools for Flash—if you know how to take advantage of the information it stores. Learn the History panel as well as how to make your own Flash panels.
For Web Development Zone | April 23, 2004
This article explores the basics of XUL—an XML-based standard for defining user interfaces.
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