Adobe Edge Animate Classroom in a Book Paperback – Nov 8 2012
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Where are the Lesson Files? Thank you for purchasing this digital version of: Adobe Edge Animate Classroom in a Book The print version of this title comes with a disc of lesson files. As an eBook reader, you have access to these files by following the steps below:
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3. Unzip the files and follow the directions for use in the Read Me included in the download. Please note that many of our lesson materials can be very large, especially image and video files.
As for the book's content? It's very good. The reason I didn't give it 5 stars is because I was looking for something a little more advanced as far as creating data-driven applications relying on JQuery and other frameworks. Otherwise, it's a very good intro.
It's high-end website design animation oriented but has some nice fun graphics animation lessons, too. There are so many full-on web page design that one can re-purpose many of them without much effort. The Kindle Reader version does not include the all-important lessons disk. But I bought the Kindle version, too, so that I could have the detailed web animation instructions handy without having the book flopping around.