Edge Animate Power Workshop

In this project-based workshop, Joseph Labrecque teaches you how to use some of the more advanced features in Adobe Edge Animate 1.0, including responsive layout design, external data consumption, and dynamic content generation. You’ll also learn about using compositions on mobile devices, generating content from Flash Professional for use in Animate, and a variety of distribution mechanisms that go well beyond the standard web browser. All this will be demonstrated in the process of creating an animated logo, a responsive header, a dynamic slideshow, and more. Edge Animate Power Workshop: Go Beyond the Basics Duration: 4 hrs 20 min In

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Learning Adobe Edge Animate

I’m very pleased to announce that my new book “Learning Adobe Edge Animate” is now in print and available through the publisher and is soon to be made available a wide variety of international retailers such as Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and the like. For those looking for digital versions; these will be available shortly for iPad, Android, Nook, Kindle, et cetera. Learning Adobe Edge Animate Create engaging motion and rich interactivity with Adobe Edge Animate Author: Joseph Labrecque Publisher: Packt Publishing (October 2012) ISBN-10: 1-8496-9242-4 ISBN-13: 978-1-84969-242-7 Pages: 368 Learning Adobe Edge Animate will detail how to use this

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Adobe Press: Mobile Development with Flash Professional CS5.5

I’m happy to announce that I’ve undertaken a new authoring project for Adobe Press along with co-author Peter Elst and video2brain! The project is titled Mobile Development with Flash Professional CS5.5 and Flash Builder 4.5 : Learn by Video and is available for preorder on the Adobe Press website and at Amazon.com. At this point, I’m nearly half-way through recording my video segments for the project and feel as though everything is coming together really nicely. I’m using Flash Professional for most of my segments, although the lessons Peter is working on will cover Flash Builder as well. While the

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DU CourseMedia™ Released!

The University of Denver Center for Teaching & Learning has (finally) released the DU CourseMedia™ Course Media Management System. This has been a focus of my work for the past 5 months or so and is one of the major CTL projects for 2009. Some may recall the mention of the DUVAGA system from time-to-time. CourseMedia™ is DUVAGA reborn. DU CourseMedia™ was developed by the Center for Teaching and Learning at the University of Denver as a course-based media presentation tool for organizing and presenting high quality images and videos to system participants. Although it was initially built with the

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Student Introductions to Real World Clients

Two to three times a year, I teach a class for the Digital Media Studies (DMS) program at the University of Denver called “Web Building and Site Management”. In this class, undergraduates are introduced to the concepts of building (mostly) static websites with a strict, standards-based approach. The IDE used is Dreamweaver CS4 with “Design View” forbidden from use. There is a full introduction to pre-production planning using Fireworks and final design work is done through Photoshop. We also touch upon the Flash Platform and the integration of audio and video within a website. This probably does not differ much

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VidLoop at the AIR Marketplace

There are two items to note here. Firstly, Adobe has done an awesome job updating the AIR Marketplace to be much more organized that the previous version. Very nice presentation. Second, my VidLoop AIR application has been approved and is now live at the AIR Marketplace. Very Nice! There are a lot of great apps there for download or purchase – check it out.

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