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April 1, 2015 /Webinar /

LIVE WEBINAR: Making HTML5 Games using Flash Professional

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As you already know, Flash Professional now supports native authoring for HTML5 Canvas. Join Colin Holgate from Funny Garbage as he goes through his personal experience in creating a game for this platform.

Date – 21st April 2015
Time – 8:00 AM PST (Check your local time)addtocalendar

Where – Join Here (Please join 15 minutes before the session. Enter as guest with your email id)

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About Colin Holgate: In the late ‘80s Colin was the multimedia specialist in Apple Computer UK’s technical support department, and through that he became friends with the founders of The Voyager Company. In 1992 he moved to the US to work for Voyager, and went on to program many of the Voyager CD-ROM titles, including A Hard Day’s Night, This Is Spinal Tap, and numerous edutainment titles. For the last 17 years Colin has worked with Funny Garbage, initially on CD-ROMs and museum kiosks, then on shockwave games, and more recently on Flash based web activities and mobile apps. He has used several different authoring tools, but all 16 mobiles apps that he helped to create were all developed in Flash Professional.

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  • By Harry Potter - 6:05 AM on April 7, 2015  

    This looks cool. 10/10

  • By Mom - 8:17 AM on April 7, 2015  

    V3ry Koo1 “best game of the year” -IGN 10/10

    • By Dad - 6:09 AM on April 9, 2015  

      Much awesome. So Flashy. 11/10 would play again. -Game Informer

  • By Filthy Frank - 1:24 PM on April 7, 2015  

    Nyeessss

  • By Lucas Gonzaga - 5:36 PM on April 7, 2015  

    Very cool! Waiting here…

  • By LEWIS ONSARE - 11:31 PM on April 7, 2015  

    nyc one

  • By Suraj Dighe - 11:56 PM on April 11, 2015  

    Great. Excited to watch!

  • By Robert - 5:58 AM on April 13, 2015  

    Where I can sign up to this webinar?

    • By Robert - 4:41 PM on April 13, 2015  

      Second question: is it free?

      • By Ajay Shukla - 5:19 AM on April 14, 2015  

        The webinar is free for everyone.

    • By Ajay Shukla - 5:20 AM on April 14, 2015  

      We will provide a link for you to join closer to the webinar. You can sign up at the link in the blog post if you are interested to get information about future webinars.

  • By Avinash K Singh - 4:43 AM on April 14, 2015  

    Awesome….Will watch for sure