I’d like to do a quick introduction to custom skinnable components in Panini. Panini, in case you haven’t heard, is the code name for the next version of Flash Catalyst, and you can download a trial version on Adobe Labs. Custom skinnable components are a new feature in Panini, one that can make life for [...]
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.
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 [...]
You want grids and guides in Catalyst? Well, we’ve got them. This post is a simple rundown with some grids/guides tips and tricks… I mean, I need a break after that optimization post… right?
Have you ever designed a scroll panel or data list and wanted to make it scroll with just buttons? For example, the scroll panel below scrolls its content with just an up, down, left, and right button.
If you’ve published your project in Catalyst yet, you’ve probably noticed that Catalyst creates two different versions of your project in the publish folder. One is the run-local version, and the other is the deploy-to-web version. So what’s the difference?