When it comes to Flash, images, animation, videos and sound effects are often used on large scale. Consequence: in most cases Flash takes quite much time to load and requires a good dose of patience from users. Users know it and are often willing to give a Flash-site some time to load. However, to count on user’s patience, Flash-designers need to inform site visitors how much patience is actually required. If it isn’t done, the latter have no anchor point to estimate how much more time is needed and consequently close the browser window thinking that the site simply doesn’t work properly.
In most Flash Websites, Flash Preloader is what you see before the main page appears. Normally, it is simply done by growing percentage, counters, and bars. Though its just a pre-loader, keeping it more presentable and entertaining is a must for visitors to wait patiently while the site is loading. At present, numerous designers have adapted this creative style particularly in flash web design to make a statement in the web world….
As i said earlier in our previous article Create Portfolio website in CSS/jQuery that i am learning jQuery since last some weeks. There are lots of tutorials over internet about jquery and that’s good for beginner, but now i thought why not to create some cool effects using jQuery and to get inspire i think flash websites are a great source. Jquery developers can get inspiration from flash website, because lots of great effects can be achieved using flash/flex, and to really learn jQuery why not to try getting the same effect using jQuery.
Adobe Flash is commonly used to create animation, advertisements, and various web page Flash components, to integrate video into web pages, to make games and more recently, to develop rich Internet applications. Flash can manipulate vector and raster graphics, and supports bidirectional streaming of audio and video. It contains an Object-oriented language called ActionScript.