Rich Media with Edge Animate (231)
The best way to add engaging animation and rich interactivity to web and mobile device publications is HTML5. The old way, Flash, is in decline because Adobe dropped Flash support for mobile platforms in 2011. Today, more and more web sites are moving to HTML5 because it provides a single format that works for both mobile and desktop computers. HTML5 is also the way to create widgets for the new tablet media: DPS e-magazines and iBooks.
One of the easiest methods for creating HTML5 animations is Adobe’s Edge Animate. It provides a drag-and-drop interface that will quickly get your content working on tablets, smartphones, and desktop computers.
While similar to Flash, Edge Animate is an entirely new product with a bit of learning curve. We'll show you how to leverage the power of this new tool to create content that works reliably across mobile devices and modern desktop browsers. You can even define a fallback state for browsers that are not yet up to date. You'll learn all the tools and features of the software hands-on while creating a banner ad, a rotating banner, interactive image galleries, and more.
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