Lynda.com – Angular: Animations

Angular: Animations with: Joseph Labrecque is now available on LinkedIn Learning and on Lynda.com! Motion is the key to modern web applications. Angular 4 is ready. Explore the native animation capabilities of this popular JavaScript library and build expressive applications. This project-based course uses the Angular 4 CLI and its animations module to create and animate an interactive demo. Find out how to set parameters such as duration, delay, easing, and callbacks, which allow you to adjust the timing and sequence of your animation. Instructor Joseph Labrecque also shows how to animate isolated elements of your application using the query and

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Lynda.com – Up and Running with Edge Reflow

Pleased to announce that my newest video course, Up and Running with Edge Reflow, is now live on Lynda.com! Edge Reflow is a tool for prototyping responsive web designs and providing interactive proof-of-concept designs to clients. This course shows you how to find your way around the Reflow interface and tools and get practice creating responsive designs through a series of exercises. Topics include: Acquiring and installing the software The Application menu The design surface Setting the zoom level Using the tools Using Preview in Chrome Copying styles to an IDE The Elements panel Testing with Edge Inspect Due to

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Getting Started with ActionScript – Lynda.com

Very pleased to announce that I’ve started a new publishing relationship with Lynda.com and the first course in their library is “Getting Started with ActionScript”! How did this come about? After my former publisher, video2brain was acquired – a number of us authors were asked whether we’d like to join the Lynda.com team and were given the opportunity to have certain existing English language courses included in the Lynda.com library. This is the initial result of that agreement – though I also have a much fresher course already recorded for them as well. Look for that in the next month

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