Flash Professional users will feel at home with a familiar timeline-based interface. Coders at all levels of experience can add interactivity with the built-in code snippets or with JavaScript. No knowledge of HTML, CSS or JavaScript is required prior to taking the class. Take a tour of the Edge interface to understand and get familiar wih some of the basic tools and their features. Users of other Adobe products, especially Adobe Flash, will find some striking simlarities. Specifically in this session we will: Importing and/or creating artwork in Edge, creating and styling text with custom fonts and special effects, and continuing to work with various transformation tools. In this section you'll learn about creating more sophisticated animated effects including the following: In this lesson, we'll show you how to add Google Maps and YouTube videos to your Edge project and start working with more sophisticated forms of interactivity. After creating and finishing a Edge composition, the next is to publish it to the web. In this section, we'll look at various publishing options including a fallback option for older browsers, embedding the Edge project in a HTML page and a look at making your Edge project 'esponsive' so that it can respond to different sizes of the browser window. Apply responsive design techniques to make your layouts adapt to a variety of screen and device resolutions for the most optimal experience including: Source.

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