Understanding how to make a multiplayer avatar chat application part 1

Graeme Bull authored this on Sep 09, 2010

In this tutorial we talk about putting together a multiplayer avatar chat application in Flash. Part 1 of this short series covers getting the beginning ideas together and moving an avatar around both at first just locally and then connecting to a server to control one remotely. This tutorial is in AS3 and is done completely on the client side. In the next part of the tutorial we will be working on the server side coding.

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