We wrote an article for webdesigndev a little while back on creating a movie clip gallery with thumbnails. It's certainly our longest tutorial yet, and written as a way to get your feet wet with Catalyst. You can check it out over here.
Woot! Heading to FITC San Francisco tomorrow. I'm looking forward to my first. conference. ever.
I hope the crowd there doesn't bite. Much.
Just a quick post on how to get everything uploaded to the web. Before you get started, you will need some form of web hosting, to serve your content to people requesting it. If you're looking for hosting, you can check out some of the large companies like BlueHost, HostGator, or WebFaction to at least get an idea of plans and pricing.
When you've finished a project in Flash Catalyst, you can publish it via the File > Publish option. This creates two versions of your project.
More after the jump.
Hey all - more great stuff coming out of the design community:
Adobe and HOW magazine challenged some of our favorite designers to transform their existing print work into immersive, interactive projects for the web using Flash Catalyst CS5, and the results are stunning. The designers’ original print work can be seen in HOW’s September/October issue that’s just now hitting the stands, and the interactive results, along with commentary from the designers, can be seen at http://bit.ly/cnUPhV.
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You know what they say, there's more than one way to skin a Data List. And there's certainly more than one way to build an image gallery in Flash Catalyst. The first method was covered in this previous post. This time, however, we're going to create one with transitions between images. Nifty, right? More after the jump!
Check it out here, you guys: http://insideria.com/2010/08/creating-themes-in-flex-4.html
Elad performs a great step by step tutorial on using Catalyst to create Flex 4 Themes.
This is a must read in my opinion, enjoy!