Homey G cross da sea has created the Definitive List which, “is a listing of tutorials, tips and articles on Flash MX 2004 and ActionScript 2.0.
Kind of “aggregator” of good stuff on Flash MX 2004 and ActionScript 2.0. This aggregation or listing is manual, that means that what you find in The Definitive List has been selected by the site admin or the moderators.”
Comes with a forum as well as community submitted links to other tutorials and links. What seperates it from <a href=”http://www.flashkit.com/”>Flashkit</a> or <a href=”http://www.were-here.com/”>were-here</a> is that aSH’ primary goal, at least from what I got from talking to him and reading his FAQ is that it’s an aggregator for tutorials and tips. It will, however, I’m sure have the community aspect being very much related. By empowering other developers with the common vision of consolidating their tutorials and help into one place, hopefully it’ll draw in the people who actually read the manuals and tutorials rather than just go to a forum to get a quick fix. If not, the place crawls with easy links RTFM smack downs, so hopefully it’ll be a self-correcting process. Great potential.
At any rate, if you want to learn Flash, check it out. If you know Flash, submit some stuff you know already so that others may benefit by simply submitting or starting your own forum. More info on how to do that there.
Flash MX 2004 and ActionScript 2.0 Tutorials: The Definitive List – <a href=”http://www.actionscripthero.com/adventures/”>Forum</a> | <a href=”http://www.actionscripthero.com/blog/archives/000167.php”>Intro</a> | <a href=”http://www.actionscripthero.com/adventures/viewtopic.php?t=2″>FAQ</a>