In this tutorial, Tom Green shows how to create form elements using Reflow. He uses the button panel to create and style the form elements, and then tests the functionality inside the Reflow interface.
Improved interaction between Photoshop and Reflow will help boost your productivity by allowing users to quickly and easily generate a Reflow project from a Photoshop document. This video covers how to export fro Photoshop to Reflow, how to create a background gradient for your webpage using Reflow code rather than an image created in Photoshop, and how to use the Photoshop connect panel.
The workflow from Illustrator to Edge Animate and Reflow just got much, much simpler. Before the new CC update, users had to export a .SVG file from Illustrator which could be confusing based on the setting options. Now, all they have to do is copy the drawing from Illustrator to the clipboard, and paste it into Animate and Reflow. The new updates have made this really simple.
In this tutorial, Tom Green goes over how to import video files into Edge Animate. Using the new Video tab in the Animate Library, users can import their video formats and set video playback options like autoplay, loop, and display video controls. Because this is html5, users need to be sure to include video formats (.mp4, .webm, and .ogv) that work across different browsers, like Firefox and Opera.
There were many feature improvements in the new Edge Reflow CC update. These include; the new Elements Panel, the ability to create Pages, new Font options, creating Multiple-state Buttons, and the Code Export feature. Follow along with Tom Green as he goes over these new features in Edge Reflow.
The new Adobe CC update has made it easier than ever to move sprite sheets between Flash and Edge Animate. Simply use the Generate SpriteSheet option from Flash and Import the SpriteSheet and EAS file generated along with it into Animate.
Learn how to change the colors in your images using Photoshop CC’s color replacement tool, magic wand tool, and refine edge window.