Adobe Edge Animate CC For Dummies by Michael Rohde

By Michael Rohde

Adobe aspect Animate CC is an approachable WYSIWYG replacement for leveraging the facility of languages like HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript to layout and advance for the net and cellular units, no matter if you don't have any programming event. Written via Michael Rohde, the e-book calls in this professional internet developer's wealth of expertise utilizing facet Animate CC, and a spouse web site comprises all code from the publication that will help you follow what you study as you pass. Adobe area Animate CC For Dummies deals the lowdown in this progressive and intuitive instrument for growing movement content material that runs superbly on cellular units and computer browsers.

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Info 41 42 Part I: Getting Started with Adobe Edge Animate Figure 3-5: Sizing the Stage by percentage of screen. To have your Stage fill the entire browser window, set the Stage width and height to 100%, as shown in Figure 3-6. To have your Stage fill half the browser window, set the Stage to 50%; and so on, depending on how much of the browser window you want your animation to occupy. By default, the background of the Stage is white. Therefore you won’t see any difference in the Stage when you switch between px and %.

Drawing with familiar tools If you’ve ever used other drawing or image editing software, then you most likely recognize the drawing tools available in Edge Animate. If Edge Animate is the first artistic software you’ve used, then just relax as you discover that drawing elements such as rectangles and circles is as easy as clicking and dragging. You can locate the drawing tools at the top of the screen, directly underneath the menu, as shown in Figure 2-4. Figure 2-4: The drawing tools. The drawing tools include a rectangle, a rounded rectangle, an ellipse for drawing circles, and a text tool for drawing text boxes.

This helps you place elements exactly where you want them. Engaging the intuitive, accurate, and flexible Timeline Besides the Stage, the Timeline is probably the feature you use most often with Edge Animate. You find the Timeline at the bottom of the screen, and it contains many features, as follows: ✓ Keyframes: You use keyframes to direct when, and for how long, an animation unfolds on the Stage. The colored bars in the Timeline, shown in Figure 2-3, represent keyframes and indicate when an animation starts, stops, and for how long it will play.

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