Quick and Dirty Guide for Developers: Adobe Edge Preview 3 in 4 Hours

This book covers - Edge Runtime,actions,DOM events,Basic Actions,Triggers, Lookup Selectors,Edge Touch API and Gestures for iPhones, iPads and Android devices, WebKit Event Object for touch events, jQuery Mobile Events, Adding Gesture Events to Compositions, vmouse, Complex Interactions between Multiple Compositions, Reusable Compositions, nested Element Animation,Reusable Components More

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About Samir Dash

Samir has more than ten plus years of industry experience in user experience design , market Research for cross platform content & applications development, information design solutions for fortune 100 product setups.

Currently Samir is working as a Chief Designer for UX Innovations at Samsung R&D Center , Bangalore, India.

For details see Linked in profile at http://in.linkedin.com/in/mobilewish

Videos

Reusable Adobe Edge Compositions: Used as custom components in Complex Compositions
In hour 4 section of this book you will learn how to create reusable compositions which can be used in other Edge composition through configurable parameters. For source files and details check the book.

Using Multiple Complex Compositions in Adobe Edge Runtime: The wheel animation example
This sample shown in this video is explained in the current book. In the video you can see there are 3 different Edge compositions the first one is a simple background, the second one is a rotating wheel and the third one is the combination of the two to render the final interactive. For source files refer to the book.

Product Color Selector using Edge Runtime jQuery HTML5 CSS3
Here is an experiment from the current book, showing how a product selector can be built with Flash like user experience using HTML5, jQuery, CSS3 and of course Adobe Edge Preview 3 runtime. For source code refer to the book.

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