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Giveaway: FlashEff 2.0 Licenses

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JumpeyeComponents has recently come out with a new product: FlashEff 2.0 for Flex, which is their advanced Flash Animation component library that lets you make complex animation effects with as little coding as possible.

We’re giving away five FlashEff 2.0 for Flex licenses. All you have to do to participate is to leave a comment on this post that talks about your favorite place online to visit to learn about Flex. It could be a blog, a website, forums, anything on the web that has helped you in your education about using Flex.

This giveaway ends on December 8, 2009 after which the comments section on this post will be closed. We’ll use your email address to contact you if you win. The winners will be randomly selected and announced on a separate post. Please note that comments that don’t follow the instructions on how to participate (described above) may not be published.

This was published on Nov 30, 2009

118 Comments

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Chris Handy Dec 01 2009

The place I love to visit to learn about Flex is Adobe’s Developer Center. Since being new to Flex it’s a great resource that teaches me about the UI and language with excellent video tutorials.

Rahul Joshi Dec 01 2009

My best place is: http://www.senocular.com/. It features tutorials and examples for all levels of expertize and also the examples shown have real world applicability.

adobe.com, learn from the source then move forward, adobe TV etc.
Thanks
Ric

webmasterdubai Dec 01 2009

wowo nice giveway i love to learn flex but shortage of time. well i have tried once really nice i got tutorial from sitepoint.com

Jigar Chauhan Dec 01 2009

My Vote : Pixel2life

Mario Awad Dec 01 2009

http://www.adobe.com/devnet/flex/
They have easy-to-follow tutorials and also sample applications that you can tinker with and learn. Cheers :)

Schmiddy Dec 01 2009

Definitely Lee Brimelow
It’s a nice bunch of video tutorials

http://www.gotoandlearn.com/

framejockey Dec 01 2009

This one for me http://ntt.cc/ thanks

davidinbcn Dec 01 2009

This is a useful site for learning flex…

http://blog.flexexamples.com/

Thanks!

Bruno Dec 01 2009

“Flex in a Week” is absolutely the very best to start develop in Flex : http://www.adobe.com/devnet/flex/videotraining/

patty Dec 01 2009

personal favourite at tutorialhero.com :) learn from examples than from books..

Florian Dec 01 2009

My favourite site is:
http://blog.flexexamples.com/

Estevão Mascarenhas Dec 01 2009

http://theflexblog.com/

This blog helped me a lot!

I’d have to go with Lee Brimelow’s http://www.gotoandlearn.com

PTashe Dec 01 2009

My fav place so far for Flex help is http://livedocs.adobe.com/flex/3/html/

Alpesh Shah Dec 01 2009

The Adobe’s Developer Center really has been a great starting point for everyone on our team.

shiyon Dec 01 2009

euhreux Dec 01 2009

Lee Brimelow’s http://www.gotoandlearn.com

Chetan Sachdev Dec 01 2009

My favorite place to learn and get updates about flex is http://www.adobe.com/devnet/
and
http://opensource.adobe.com/svn/opensource/flex/sdk/

acromm Dec 01 2009

gotoandlearn.com

Adobe.com is a great place to start off.

I like Adobe’s XD blog – https://xd.adobe.com/

I am a fan of gotoandlearn.com

I’m a big fan of Flexer: http://www.flexer.info/

Wes Kempa Dec 01 2009

blog.flexexamples.com or lynda.com

Found lots of good information on flexexamples. Cheers!

Scott Buchanan Dec 01 2009

I normally just teach myself from the manual: http://livedocs.adobe.com/flex/

I like a few but if I had to just select one it’d be Lee Brimelow’s http://www.gotoandlearn.com

Sebastian Dec 01 2009

My favorite page is http://www.madeinflex.com/

Marcela Dec 01 2009

My favorite place to learn about Flex is http://www.adobe.com/devnet/flex/

Adobe’s Developer Center is a great place to start

Tristan Dec 01 2009

Adobe Developer Center is a great place to learn – straight from the source!

Bluefaqs Dec 01 2009

My favorite – http://www.gotoandlearn.com

This is great! I’ve used the Flash Eff (and really all of the components) from Jumpeye on a few projects, and everything has worked great right out of the box. Can’t wait to try the new versions!

Eric Clemmons Dec 01 2009

This site has taught me all I need for Flex, mainly because of it offers more of a code-cookbook orientation:
http://blog.flexexamples.com/

purwodiyono Dec 01 2009

i learn flex from this site
http://www.gotoandlearn.com

JFraser Dec 01 2009

Definately http://blog.flexexamples.com/ and even the yahoo flexcoders group are a big help

Aaron Dec 01 2009

http://active.tutsplus.com/

has some really good tutorials on flex,I’m learning a lot just from there’s and rarely have to source out side help.

Hernan Silva Dec 02 2009

I really like http://www.madeinflex.com/, reading it since the very first day.

Thanks for the contest.

CongThinh Dec 02 2009

Paul Rostorp Dec 02 2009

Wow, great contest, I’m In !

The besplace is http://gotoandlearn.com

thanks,

JAwelles Dec 02 2009

http://www.adobe.com/products/flex/

Exceptional good for a vendor!

Gagsy Dec 02 2009

I refer Adobe Livedocs : http://livedocs.adobe.com/flex

Pedro Moleta Dec 02 2009

Of course i use http://www.gotoandlearn.com.

Thanks 6rev for your good work.

http://www.adobe.com/devnet/flex/tourdeflex/web/

I love the tour de flex app, it’s been extremely helpful

Ed Chipman Dec 02 2009

By far my favorite place for learning about Flex is the adobe developer center.

Nitin Rustagi Dec 02 2009

Well I have helped in learning flex by the website http://blog.flexexamples.com/ . this is awesome resource for me.

Travis Spencer Dec 02 2009

My favorite spot is the motherland itself…Adobe Flex Developer Center
http://www.adobe.com/devnet/flex/

Jessica Dec 02 2009

This site is my favorite place to learn about flash since I just found it and it’s offering a giveaway. Would love to learn more.

Paul Gillard Dec 02 2009

http://flex.org is a good one!
Cheers Paul

The most in depth articles seem to be here from the few that I’ve been to: http://www.adobe.com/devnet/flex/

Alex (Handy Backup team) Dec 03 2009

I follow flexexamples.com — it doesn’t provide any live demos, but has generally very valuable content and sometimes amazing solutions. Good advices on the use of SDK and stuff.

Fraser Dec 03 2009

As many others have mentioned, the Adobe developer center (http://www.adobe.com/devnet/flex/) would have to be a top choice.

Cheers.

michael Dec 03 2009

I am going to http://tv.adobe.com/search/?q=flex on a regular basis to look for new tutorials and how-tos.

Andi Griesser Dec 03 2009

Anjum nawab Dec 03 2009

Flex is Adobe’s Developer

It’s a small group of folks, but I like the #flex channel on DalNet IRC. Questions do get answered and there are some really smart folks in there.

Karan Dec 05 2009

This one helps me a lot :- http://blog.flexexamples.com/

julien Dec 05 2009

Andreas Dec 05 2009

My Websites for Flex are:
http://www.lynda.com/home/ViewCourses.aspx?lpk0=205
blog.flexexamples.com/
gotoandlearn.com/
http://www.video2brain.com/de (German Language)

Bill Hendricks Dec 05 2009

http://www.kirupa.com/developer/flash/index.htm — Great Toots! Also, Adobe’s Flex development site.

Design Informer Dec 05 2009

http://www.adobe.com/devnet/flex/ – It’s awesome, but not as awesome as SIXREVISIONS.

I use the source help here http://www.adobe.com/devnet/flex

Andrei Dec 07 2009

Personally I like http://theflexblog.com

Steve Dec 08 2009

http://www.flasheff.com/tutorials/ is the best place to learn about it!

Jocelyn Dec 08 2009

I’m a student Web Designer soooo I appreciate these resources especially since I’m in the process of learning actionscript now and flex next. I would have to say http://www.adobe.com/devnet/flex….is the best resource I have come across so far.

Radiculous Dec 08 2009

Hoping to win something, I’m in. I usually go to gotoandlearn.com too, but then I really get lost in all the jargon. blah.

this’ll be awesome.

http://www.adobe.com/devnet/flex/ – can’t get better than the creator!

Simukis Dec 09 2009

gotoandlearn.com

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