Adobe Flash CC *
Intermediate/Advanced ActionScript

Course Overview

Expand your existing knowledge base with Adobe Flash as you begin your journey of exploring the numerous capabilities of this powerful program. Learn to manipulate objects and their properties that will provide you with a deeper understanding of interactive presentations and applications. You will gain hands-on-experience working with JavaScript Code Snippets, using the ActionScript 3.0 language as well as some understanding of object-oriented programming. This course will teach you programming fundamentals that you can carry over into other programming languages.

*Note: DPA Communications offers Adobe Acrobat, InDesign, InCopy, Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere, After Effects, Dreamweaver, Flash and courses on version CC (Creative Cloud).

If you are currently using CS6 or older, see the previous version of this course outline for any differences in training course content. Please contact DPA for more details or to have an instructor contact you.


Course InformationRelated Training

Duration: Two-Day Course
Platform: Windows and Macintosh
Fee: Call for information 

We recommend one to eight people for this course.

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Application Overview: Adobe Flash CC 2018

Adobe Flash is an authoring tool that designers and developers use to create presentations, applications, and other content that enables user interaction. In general, individual pieces of content made with Adobe Flash are called applications, even though they might only be a basic animation.

ActionScript code allows you to add interactivity to the media elements in your document. For example, you can add code that causes a button to display a new image when the user clicks it. You can also use ActionScript to add logic to your applications. Logic enables your application to behave in different ways depending on the user's actions or other conditions.

Adobe Flash includes many features that make it powerful but easy to use, such as prebuilt drag-and-drop user interface components, built-in behaviors that let you easily add ActionScript to your document, and special effects that you can add to media objects.

Users: Current users of Adobe Flash including Programming, Creative, Design and Web Development Professionals as well as anyone who needs to enhance their existing Flash skills to enhance interactive websites, rich media advertisements, instructional or training media, Flash presentations or online games.