Quiz score not updating flash as2
Adobe Flash is a multimedia software platform used for production of animations, rich Internet applications, desktop applications, mobile applications, mobile games and embedded web browser video players.
Popular games developed with Flash include Angry Birds, Clash of Clans, Farm Ville, Adventure Quest, Machinarium, Hundreds, N, QWOP and Solipskier.Various third-party software packages designed for traditionally trained cartoonists and animators can publish animations in the SWF format.The precursor to Flash was a product named Smart Sketch, published by Future Wave Software.Notable users of Flash include DHX Media Vancouver for productions including Pound Puppies and My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, Fresh TV for Total Drama, Nelvana for 6teen and Clone High, Williams Street for Metalocalypse and Squidbillies, Nickelodeon Animation Studios for Wow! Flash is less commonly used for feature-length animated films; however, 2009's The Secret of Kells, an Irish film, was animated primarily in Adobe Flash, and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Animated Feature at the 82nd Academy Awards.Several popular online series are currently produced in Flash, such as the Emmy Award-winning Off-Mikes, produced by ESPN and Animax Entertainment; Happy Tree Friends; Gotham Girls, produced by Warner Brothers; Crime Time, produced by Future Thought Productions and Homestar Runner produced by Mike and Matt Chapman.Adobe Flash Player (supported on Microsoft Windows, mac OS and Linux) enables end-users to view Flash content using web browsers.
Adobe Flash Lite enabled viewing Flash content on older smartphones, but has been discontinued and superseded by Adobe AIR.
Third-party IDEs such as Flash Develop and Powerflasher FDT also enable developers to create Flash games and applications, and are generally similar to Microsoft Visual Studio.
Flex applications are typically built using Flex frameworks such as Pure MVC.
As Flash matured, Macromedia's focus shifted from marketing it as a graphics and media tool to promoting it as a Web application platform, adding scripting and data access capabilities to the player while attempting to retain its small footprint.
In 2000, the first major version of Action Script was developed, and released with Flash 5.
Actionscript 2.0 was released with Flash MX 2004 and supported object-oriented programming, improved UI components and other programming features.