Slides: Intro to Flash’s WebGL Runtime API

Thanks to everyone who attended today’s webinar about Flash Professional’s WebGL Runtime API. Here are the slides from today. Unfortunately I ran out of time and had to quickly skip over most of my content on ECMAScript 6 and TypeScript. If you’d like to know more though then please visit the links listed at the […]

Protected: Creating Interactive WebGL Content with Adobe Animate CC

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Webinar Video: The Future of Flash Animation

If you were unable to attend Adobe’s “Flash Professional: The Future of Animation” webinar, then you’ll be pleased to know that a video of the session is available below. It was a full house and there were many really great presentations during the one hour forty minute session. I think the title of the webinar […]

Flash Webinar: The Future of Animation

Adobe will be hosting a live webinar – “Flash Professional CC: The Future of Animation” – on January 13th at 8:00am PST. It’s open to everyone and they will be covering many of the latest features in Flash Professional CC including its native and custom platform support. Native support for HTML5 Canvas and WebGL will […]

Flash Professional CC 2014 October Release

Adobe just released an update to Flash Professional CC and there are some nice additions. WebGL I’m personally delighted that Flash recently gained support for WebGL and it’s good to see some more WebGL features arriving with this update. You’ll now be able to write frame scripts directly within Flash, which makes adding interactivity to […]

WebGL Comes to iOS 8 Safari

If you’re an iPhone owner then you’ll probably be pleased to know that iOS 8 comes with WebGL support for Safari. This is huge news for Flash developers and designers since Flash Professional CC 2014 now supports WebGL as a publish target. Here’s a quick video of some Flash content I created running on my […]

Flash and WebGL on Mobile

I got my hands on an HTC One the other day so thought I’d give the demo from my An Introduction to Flash’s WebGL Runtime API tutorial a quick run. When writing the tutorial I’d simply assumed it would work, but I didn’t actually have a WebGL-enabled handset to actually try it on. When my […]

An Introduction to Flash’s WebGL Runtime API

Learn how to build interactive WebGL content using Adobe Flash Professional CC 2014 that will run across both desktop and mobile browsers. What you will learn… How to publish for WebGL from Flash Professional CC 2014 The basics of Flash’s WebGL Runtime API How to work with Flash movie-clips using JavaScript What you should know… […]

Unity WebGL Export

Isn’t Unity awesome! For 3D games developers it’s probably one of the best choices out there and seems to run on just about any hardware platform you can throw at it. Now with Unity 5, things are getting even more awesome as it now targets WebGL, removing the need for the Unity browser plugin. So […]

Physics and Pixi JS

I spent some time over the weekend adding Box2D physics to the JavaScript version of my endless runner prototype. As you can see from the video below, you can now interact with our little hero, making him run and jump between platforms (once again, apologies about the terrible camera work). The demo may still be […]