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ToonBoom StoryBoard review

October 11th 2006 | Morten Marius Mulvad Moe Apenes

If you feel that you are reinventing the wheel every time you want to create and share a storyboard, this could be the perfect tool for you.


Flex Builder 2 - Flashmagazine Review

September 25th 2006 | Jens C Brynildsen

We take a close look at Adobe's new application building software and highlight what's good and bad. Will this be the tool that convinces developers from other camps to finally take the Flash format seriously?


FlashDevelop 2.0

March 12th 2006 | Jens C Brynildsen

You may have heard of Open Source alternatives to Adobe Flash and thought 'maybe I should try this'. Believe me - you should. FlashDevelop is the best Open Source editor I've seen. It really has it all - it's developed by the Flash community, it's fast, it's free and it will even make you a better coder.


Toon Boom Studio

February 12th 2006 | Jens C Brynildsen

Let's face it - in terms of animation, Flash is rather simplistic. What do you do when your animation skills surpass the capabilities of Flash? Toon Boom Animation may have the solution for you.


Foundation ActionScript Animation

February 06th 2006 | David Vogeleer

Not only has Foundation ActionScript Animation - Making Things Move been a long time coming, but just in a matter of a few weeks, it sold out of its first run. And after going through it, I can see why.


Review: Camtasia Studio 3.1 and SnagIt 8

February 02nd 2006 | John Dalziel

It's been a couple of years since we checked out the capture tools from TechSmith so we thought we'd take a look at the new releases of Camtasia Studio 3.1 & SnagIt 8.


Review: Xtivity

August 31st 2005 | John Dalziel

Interactive designers have had a rough ride from Macromedia Flash over the last few versions. Although Flash 8 looks set to reignite the creativity within the community there are now a number of designer friendly Flash authoring tools out there. Xtivity is one of the most interesting. It has been built from the ground up to let anyone create complex interactive sites without ever writing a line of code. John Dalziel checks it out.


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