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3 Consejos eficiencia rápido cuando se trabaja con ActionScript en Flash
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Flash es conocido por ser un programa de animación interactiva, pero a diferencia de la animación, añadir interactividad significa hacer las cosas suceden dentro de una película, como la creación de vínculos para que los espectadores pueden explorar la película, el control de audio o video, o tener un disparador de eventos determinados, cuando su película alcanza un cierto punto.

Flash se encarga de esta interactividad con algo llamado ActionScript. ActionScript es el lenguaje nativo de Flash de secuencias de comandos, que permite a los desarrolladores crear películas altamente interactivas. Flash nos ofrece varias formas de trabajar con ActionScript, desde un simple apuntar y hacer clic en la interfaz (para nosotros los tipos diseñador visual) al completo en el modo de secuencia de comandos (para la gente del programador). En otras palabras, Flash le permitirá trabajar con ActionScript de una manera que funcione para usted.

In this short tutorial, we'll take a look at a few basic efficiency techniques when working with ActionScript. Before we go any further though, make sure you've created a symbol and dropped an instance of the symbol onto the Stage. Also, make sure you've given the symbol instance a name at the top of the Properties panel.

Also, it's considered best practices for Flash developers to create a separate layer in the Timeline for their ActionScript -- in other words, keeping the ActionScript isolated from all the other content in their movie. So, go ahead and create a new layer and name it Actions.

Consejo 1 - La aplicación de ActionScript con facilidad a través de fragmentos de código

You certainly don't have to hand-code your ActionScript. The Code Snippets panel provides pre-created bits of ActionScript that are ready to be applied to your movies. Pop open the panel by choosing Window > Code Snippets.


Expand the category that contains the ActionScript snippet that you'd like to apply, then double-click on the action you'd like to apply. Flash's Actions panel springs to life, and loads in the necessary ActionScript code. Inside the Actions panel, you can make whatever adjustments you want to your code. Easy!

Consejo 2 - Que sea un complemento con el asistente de script

Una vez que haya algún ActionScript sucediendo en el interior del panel Acciones, puede ajustar los distintos componentes de su código, haciendo uso de asistente de script. En la parte superior derecha del panel Acciones, haga clic en el botón Asistente de script (el icono de la varita mágica). A continuación, haga clic en

Consejo 3 - Construye tu código con el menú Acciones Agregar

Across the top of the Actions panel, you'll find a row of very handy icons and commands, starting off with the Add Actions menu. Use the menu whenever you'd like to add items to your script. In fact, you can either use the menu at the top or you can always use the column of ActionScript elements on the left side of the Actions panel, too. This area is called the Actions Toolbox. Either way, you can easily add onto your script in a fast and easy way -- sure beats hand coding!


So as you can see, there are lots of different ways to go about working with ActionScript. Flash allows us to work in a way that's most comfortable for us -- yet whether we hand-code everything from scratch or make use of the point-and-click interface of the Code Snippets panel, we're still able to add lots of rich interactivity to our Flash movies.

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Geoff Blake

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Geoff Blake is a book author, video presenter, designer, and visual artist. As an in demand live-on-stage software educator since 1997, Geoff has taught desktop publishing, web design and graphics courses all over North America and is regarded as an expert in Adobe's Creative Suite applications, as well as in HTML, CSS, WordPress, and related technologies. With his humorous, non-jargonny approach, Geoff produces highly regarded articles, video training and DVDs, and regularly contributes to top industry magazines and websites.

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