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Edge Animate – DPS Integration

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In this new episode of the Piotr On The Edge video series I demonstrate how you can integrate HTML5 animations built using Adobe Edge Animate with DPS-based (Digital Publishing Suite) magazines.

The following topics are covered:

  • A quick intro to Edge Animate
  • Adding DPS navigable links in Animate – using navto:// technique
  • Publishing animations for DPS
  • Placing animation in InDesign/DPS
  • Previewing the article on a device using Adobe Content Viewer

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Webinar Recording: In-Depth Adobe Edge Animate

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Last week I did an in-depth webinar on Edge Animate. If you are looking for a good getting started resource I believe this can be the one 😉 During this session I covered  the following topics:

• Setting up a new project
• Importing existing HTML content
• Walking through the main panels and tools of Edge Animate
• Animating elements with and without the Pin tool
• Creating and understanding Symbols
• Accessing JavaScript APIs from Actions and Triggers
• Using web fonts with Edge Animate
• Designing for flexible/responsive layouts
• Handling old unsupported browsers
• Publishing and Optimizing Edge Animate compositions for the Web and DPS (Digital Publishing Suite)

You can watch the whole webinar here.

Video Tutorial – Animating Over A Curved Path with Edge Animate

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Last night I did a deep dive webinar on Edge Animate at Adobe TechLive (you will be able to watch it here soon). During the session I covered how you can animate HTML elements over a curved motion path. I haven’t found a really good explanation of this topic in other places so I thought I would record my approach to it and share it with others!

Winter sports with Edge Animate

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Winter sports season has begun for good (at least in my region ;)) and I thought it would be nice to see how Edge Animate can help us express our hobbies. So what you see below was entirely built with HTML5/JavaScript using Animate and Illustrator 😉 If you want to learn how to do it yourself please join my “HTML Animation with Edge Animate” online session during the Create the Web live event next Tuesday (January 15, 2013 @ 1:00 PM EST – 4:00 PM EST).

The Create The Web online event is part of new initiative from the Adobe Evangelism team called Adobe Tech Live. The event is a replay of a world wide tour that was held by Adobe at the end of 2012. So if you missed it nearby, please join us on January 15:

  • 1:00PM – 1:30PM EST: Web Standards and the Future of CSS by Alan Greenblatt
  • 1:30PM – 2:00PM EST: HTML Animation with Edge Animate by Piotr Walczyszyn
  • 2:00PM – 2:30PM EST: Responsive Design with Edge Reflow and Edge Inspect by Holly Schinsky
  • 2:30PM – 3:30PM EST: Mobile and Web Application Development with PhoneGap Build and Edge Code by Ray Camden
  • 3:30PM – 4:00PM EST: Q&A by Everyone

Creating End Of The World Timer with Edge Animate

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Attend today’s Create The Web online sessions and learn how to create your own end of the world timer with Adobe Edge Animate. There is not much time left. The Edge Animate webinar starts at 19:30 CET and the end of the world is tomorrow at 10:11 CET 😉

By the way, today’s online event is the first one under the umbrella of our new initiative called Adobe TechLive. In the future, our Evangelism team is planning to use this new channel to host online webinars like this one, in-depth online workshops, interactive chats with Adobe Product Managers and I guess potentially anyone that would like to share valuable content around the web technologies.

UPDATE (2012-12-21): I guess end of the world didn’t happen so in this case it really makes sense to learn Edge Animate, you can watch my session at the 31:45 minute mark here.