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Lights, Camera, Actionscript!

Abstract

The ActionScript programming language dates back to 1996 when it was introduced to designers and programmers as part of FutureSplash Animator, a vector-based animation application that was also Flash’s predecessor. Developed by SuperWave Software after it decided that its vector-based drawing program, SmartSketch, should be deployable over the Web, FutureSplash changed the face of the Internet forever. Until then, animations were created using Java only. This radical new program was used on the sites of many wellknown companies, including Fox, Disney, and MSN.

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© Cheridan Kerr and Jon Keats 2009

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