It’s no secret that I am a huge fan of Jack Doyle’s TweenMax and a huge supporter of the GreenSock tweening platform. However, I would not be doing “my job” if I didn’t announce the release of Shane McCartney’s Tweensy. It is a new AS3 tweening engine that seems very advanced and robust. I took […]
View Blog Post Many of you know that when it comes to tweening I look no further than TweenLite/FilterLite/Max (usually TweenMax cuz I’m crazy like that). Jack has just released a new utility class called TweenGroup which goes hand in hand with his tweening engines to add some extra and awesome functionality.
View Blog Post Jack Doyle, the maker of TweenLite/TweenFilterLite/TweenMax (and as I’m sure you already know if you read this blog, a good friend of mine) has done it once again. He’s created a class called CustomEase which allows you to create custom easing equations for usage in your tweening engines (although you should really […]
View Example 1 View Example 2 Download Source UPDATE 9:52 PM CST: I just fixed a small issue so if you downloaded the source please re-download it. Thanks. The image slider is a small project I made for a friend of mine. It works in a similar fashion to the iTunes cover flow except that […]
View Example 1 View Example 2 View Example 3 View Documentation Download Class & Example Files The DistortionTweener allows you to distort four points of an object. It is an easy to way make distortions such as trapezoids on a movie clip. The DistortionTweener uses Ruben Swieringa's DistortImage class and is based on a sample […]
Download Example Files Download TweenLite The Tween class hasn't changed at all since moving from AS2 to AS3, but there are some subtle differences in handling the events in it because of the new event architecture. Let's take a look at the code to tween a box diagonally down the stage in AS2: PLAIN TEXT […]
View Example Download Source - Flash 8+ This was a test run on tweening vertices of a shape. The code isn't very elegant and certainly not bug free, but feel free to reuse it in any way, shape, or form. If you improve on this, please let me know as I'd be curious to see […]