May. 5th, 2007 @ 03:43 PM
Guys, requests for tutorials are OK, but please try to keep from posting code snippets or discussing that in here. If you know the code to help out, then create a new AS3: Topic - even if you don't, you can still start the topic, share what you know, and ask others to fill out any gaps. The advantage of having separate threads for each subject is that people can post their own approaches to the problem, point out errors (politely), or simply enhance the topic starter's code.
That's not to say you should start a topic if you have only half-learnt something, you should at least be confident in the fact that your code will actually work :)
In terms of what tutorials to do (if you have free time and the urge to write a tut for AS3), feel free to have a look through the topics in AS: Main, and adapt those that AREN'T obvious, ie, where the AS3 code is virtually identical to the AS2 code.
I'll leave these posts for a bit but I'll be clearing them out before they pass the 7-day limit. Wanna try and keep this thread as compact as possible.
...wonder if we'll reach 50 pages before AS4 comes out.....? :D