Let me guess – you want to add snappy interactivity and animations to your Web pages but you don’t want to create huge “click here and go get a sandwich” files? Then Adobe’s Flash may be for you. It doesn’t require the scripting savvy of DHTML and Ajax which makes it easier for beginners.
The process of making a Flash movie is easy to learn, but mastering it takes time and sweat. Here, and in Lesson 2, I’ll show you the basics of making one, and then I’ll show you what you need to learn to become a Flash grandmaster.
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It may be geeky to refer to anything programming-related as “kick butt.” If it is, you can call me a geek.
And you can quote me, too, because Master Pages in ASP.NET 2.0 are soooo kick butt.
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OK. You and ten of your closest pals have decided to work on the greatest-ever web page/Perl script/whatever. You all want to work on the same file from the same location at the same time. Then when you’re good and ready, you’ll roll out releases of the code.
Does it sound like a logistical impossibility? Well it’s not if you have the right tool — a source control system.
A good source control system is the secret behind any successful web development project. If you look at any large-scale software development project, you’ll see a source control system at work.
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