Pluralsight: Animate CC Programming

Happy to announce a new course has recently released on Pluralsight: Animate CC Programming! This course will teach you the basics of programming Animate CC content using JavaScript, ActionScript, and even a handful more of advanced topics. Do you know the drawing and animation tools in Adobe Animate CC but want to start using interactive elements in your projects? If so, Animate CC Programming is the perfect course for you. In this course, Animate CC Programming, you’ll learn the basics of programming in both JavaScript and ActionScript within your Animate projects. First, you’ll learn the fundamentals of programming in a

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Twenty-Seventeen

I’ve been on vacation for nearly three weeks now… though this time is approaching an end, it’s been a great reflective experience for me. If you are able to take a few weeks off from your regular job like this – I highly recommend you do so. Anyhow, I don’t have much to say in reflection of the past year. It was very busy for me – which is both good and bad. I published the first major book on Animate CC with Peachpit (with a focus on the ACA objectives), a bunch of Animate CC courses for Lynda.com / LinkedIn Learning and Pluralsight,

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Animate CC: Interactive HTML5 Canvas Video Projects

Since beginning this practice with the Adobe Generation Professional demo sessions, I’ve begun recording any live demos using Camtasia 9 and uploading them to YouTube. The full session with all speakers is linked below as well – but this segment has better audio and video. I also include the project files created during the session if you wish to download. Part of the “Four Masters of Animate CC” session from December 10th, 2016. Direct link: https://youtu.be/ViDw06N96MQ Animate CC Demo Files Joseph’s demo files (with video included) [176 MB] Joseph’s demo files (no video) [20.7 KB] Full Recording (Adobe Connect) Full

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Adobe MAX 2016 Resources

With Adobe MAX 2016 concluded, I’ve pulled together a number of resources from my own sessions on Animate CC and the SWF file format and also some important information from Adobe around Flash Player and AIR. I had a great time at MAX this year and it seems most everyone else did too. Great to be able to share Animate CC workflows with lab attendees, connect with the greater education and professional communities, and have fabulous conversations with new attendees as well! Incidentally, Adobe MAX 2017 will be held October 16–20, 2017 at The Venetian in Las Vegas, Nevada! Adobe Animate CC: Introduction

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Lynda.com – Animate CC 2017: New Features

Animate CC 2017: New Features with Joseph Labrecque is now available at Lynda.com and LinkedIn Learning! The new Adobe Animate is here and better than ever. Join Joseph Labrecque for a tour of the new features in Adobe Animate CC 2017, the keyframe-based animation software formerly known as Flash Professional. Learn about the new Camera tool for more expressive storytelling, vector brush creation and management, HTML5 components for interface design and video playback, publishing enhancements such as a completely rewritten Animated GIF generator, and smaller but no less impressive workflow enhancements like the ability to share symbols and entire animations

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