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    Flash tutorials

    Can anyone recommend some good Flash tutorials? I've been playing around with Flash until now, haven't done anything serious yet. I'd like to read a tutorial or something to learn more than just the basics.

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    Okay, here are a few:


    http://www.flashkit.com/tutorials/

    http://tutorials.yaxay.com/showsecti...n=browse&id=21



    Personally, I think that they are the best tutorials out there. Mind you, I suggest you stay away from the yaxay forums, they are overrun with 14 year old kids.


    Have fun!
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    I've got a list of preffered flash sites that help me along here if you want to take a look. Flash Resources .
    If you realy want to get into flash I'd say picking up a book wouldn't be a half bad idea. I know that they are great to have around and usualy are written with relative skill and excellent 'real world' explanations of what you are doing or coding. I'd look at a pbulisher like Friends of ED for some quality books. Best of luck.

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    I highly recommend visiting http://www.moock.org/asdg/home.html and clicking the samples link. This is Collin Moock's site who put out a book called the Difinitive Guide to Actionscripting and I think its da bomb. His coding is sooo clean and simple.

    Flashkit.com is the #1 pick for flash forums and help/tutorial stuff. Very active site and alot of keen designers willing to help.

    Best of Luck!
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