Years ago I was asked by the local library to create an animation to promote their Harry Potter sleepover (what fun!). My animation was a wizard who, with a mere stroke of his wand, converts the public library into Hogwarts Castle. This animation became a hit and shortly afterward I was being referred to as the Flash Wizard - an accolade most certainly undeserved but welcome, none-the-less.
When you think about it, the ability to make objects appear, disappear or transform has always been associated with wizardry. Flash has given we muggles the ability to do this magic as well.
This is a make-over of a website that I've had for years. I have lots of games, examples and video tutorials that I wish to share with you. However, in this initial launch, the examples and videos will focus on the Array Class in ActionScript 3.
I've found that having a good understanding of Arrays and Array Methods has been most helpful in my ActionScript projects.
You don't have to start with the first example or the first tutorial. Just bear in mind that many of my examples build on previous examples. So if you find yourself asking, "how did he do this?" - take a look at the previous example or tutorial.