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Tutorials

Getting Started with Flash Lite 2.x

Formats

info View in Flash: Select Help > Flash Help

Audience

This manual is intended for beginning Flash and Flash Lite users, as well as intermediate and advanced Flash users who want to learn about developing Flash Lite applications for mobile devices.

Description

This guide introduces you to using Flash Lite 2.0 and 2.1. It also includes a tutorial that leads you through the process of creating a simple but functional Flash Lite application.

Getting Started with Flash Lite 1.x

Formats

info View in Flash: Select Help > Flash Help

Audience

This manual is intended for beginning Flash and Flash Lite users, as well as intermediate and advanced Flash users who want to learn about developing Flash Lite applications for mobile devices.

Description

This guide introduces you to using Flash Lite 1.0 and 1.1. It also includes a tutorial that leads you through the process of creating a simple but functional Flash Lite application.

Product Manuals

Introduction to Flash Lite 2.x ActionScript

Formats

info View in Flash: Select Help > Flash Help

Audience

This manual is intended for all Flash Lite users.

Description

This manual provides a quick, tabular overview of the specific differences between the ActionScript supported by Flash Lite 2.0 and 2.1 and the ActionScript supported by Flash 7.

Learning Flash Lite 1.x ActionScript

Formats

info View in Flash: Select Help > Flash Help

Audience

This manual is intended for all Flash Lite users.

Description

This guide provides an overview of the Flash Player 4 ActionScript that Flash Lite 1.0 and 1.1 support, and an introduction to some common scripting tasks you might want to perform.

This guide teaches you how to do many tasks with the ActionScript supported by Flash Lite, including the following:

  • Determine device and platform capabilities
  • Open a web page
  • Initiate a phone call
  • Initiate a text or multimedia message
  • Initiate an e-mail message
  • Load external SWF files
  • Load external data

Developing Flash Lite 2.x Applications

Formats

infoView in Flash: Select Help > Flash Help

Audience

This manual is intended for all Flash Lite users.

Description

This guide contains comprehensive, task-based information on all the features to help you design and develop Flash Lite applications.

This guide teaches you how to do many tasks with Flash Lite 2.0 and 2.1, including the following:

  • Handle navigation using the mobile phone keys
  • Work with the text, fonts, and sound formats supported on mobile phones
  • Optimize your content for performance and file size
  • Use the new features added in Flash Lite 2.1, especially inline input text support
  • Use the new features added in Flash Lite 2.0, such as shared objects and device video
  • Use ActionScript 2 for Flash Lite
  • Test your content in Flash using the Flash Lite device emulator

Developing Flash Lite 1.x Applications

Formats

infoView in Flash: Select Help > Flash Help

Audience

This manual is intended for all Flash Lite users.

Description

This guide contains comprehensive, task-based information on all the features to help you design and develop Flash Lite applications.

This guide teaches you how to do many tasks with Flash Lite 1.0 and 1.1, including the following:

  • Handle navigation using the mobile phone keys
  • Work with the text, fonts, and sound formats supported on mobile phones
  • Optimize your content for performance and file size
  • Test your content in Flash using the Flash Lite device emulator

Flash Lite 2.x ActionScript Language Reference

Formats

infoView in Flash: Select Help > Flash Help

Audience

This manual is intended for all Flash Lite users.

Description

This manual provides a comprehensive reference to the ActionScript language that Flash Lite 2.0 and 2.1 support, which is the version of ActionScript that was available in Flash Player 7.

Flash Lite 1.x ActionScript Language Reference

Formats

infoView in Flash: Select Help > Flash Help

Audience

This manual is intended for all Flash Lite users.

Description

This manual provides a comprehensive reference to the ActionScript language that Flash Lite 1.0 and 1.1 support, which is the version of ActionScript that was available in Flash Player 4.

Errata

Flash Lite Documentation Errata

Coming soon

Audience

This document is intended for all users of the Flash Lite documentation.

Description

This document corrects known errors or omissions in the Flash Lite documentation.

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