Seb Lee-Delisle


Flash snow in 15 minutes!

At FlashBrighton’s Big Day Out a couple of weeks ago, I set myself the somewhat crazy challenge of programming a dynamically generated snowstorm in fifteen minutes from scratch. No pre-written classes, no graphics, nothing! Which was really good fun! If a little scary.

So when Kristin Henry, from GalaxyGoo recently asked if I’d be interested in posting a nice Flash experiment for their Flash-a-thon project, I was more than happy to help! So you can now find the source code for my 15 minute snow there. With added comments. 🙂

[kml_flashembed movie=”/wp-content/uploads/manual/2007/snowstorm.swf” width=”440″ height=”295″ FVERSION=”9″ QUALITY=”high” /]

Read the full post and download source on the GalaxyGoo Flash-a-thon page.

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