Simple AS3 GUI

Update: Keith himself has been working on a similar idea and has released MinimalConfigurator.

Keith Peter’s Minimal Components are an excellent tool for any Flash developer when it comes to adding realtime configuration to a SWF. I find myself using them a lot in my demos and prototypes but for sketches with many editable parameters it’s still a hassle writing boilerplate code to set up and arrange the components, as well as adding the appropriate event handlers.

Inspired by GUI tools for OpenFrameworks such as ofxSimpleGuiToo and ofxTweakbar, and ControlP5 for Processing; I thought it was time to have an equally fast and easy to use GUI tool for Flash AS3 projects. Read : Simple Flash GUI Tool »

Posted on 19 Jan 2011
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Shuffle Grid Demo

Drag & Drop the images to shuffle them around… Read : AS3 Shuffle Grid Class »

Posted on 04 Mar 2009
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AS3 Circular Group94 Style Flash Menu

I’ve received quite a few requests to update my circular group94 style menu to AS3 Read : AS3 G94 Circular Menu »

Posted on 06 Nov 2008
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AS3 Group94 Style Menu

Welcome to the latest instalment of the Group 94 style scrolling menu tutorial! (With downloadable source files of course) Read : AS3 Group94 Menu »

Posted on 24 Oct 2007
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Group94 Circular Menu
Download: AS2 Group94 Circular Menu

I built this circular version of the group94 style scrolling menu for a flash website awards showcase I was asked to work on. The original design was based around circles, but we ended up redesigning as parts of the interface (not this menu!) were too processor intensive.

Ok, so part two of my tribute to Group 94’s menu system! This is again inspired by the Group 94 (at least they are most famous for it) shuffle menu in Flash, which pushes items off the top and bottom as the menu shuffles into place. Read : G94 Circular Menu »

Posted on 07 Aug 2007
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