[quote=“Olav, post:96, topic:3226, full:true”]
I’ve been reading through all pages of this awesome book and it all makes perfect sense. It’s all very clear described and explained with visuals. And the parts about 3.5 make me very exited![/quote]
I’m glad that you like the book!
Are you having trouble reconstructing a project in particular?
I think it is better to create the templates based on the information in the book. About a decade ago, I was trying to build games with Flash. I was somewhat successful, but I was too reliant on the templates that were included with the book. I wasn’t really learning. I was just modifying existing code.
I have been considering this matter. Right now, I’m hesitant to release the templates. There are issues involved. And also, once the templates are out there, they’re out there.
Well, I don’t consider Alexa to be super accurate. I look at it more for a general idea of what’s going on with a website. I’ve seen how my website compares. One month, my site had over 200,000 visits. It was almost entirely mobile. It was a while ago, but I don’t remember Alexa picking up that surge in traffic.
I think it is safe assumption that the Hype website has more traffic when new versions are launched. That’s why I’m glad I’m ready with the book. (I even fixed the issue with the sample.) It seems that lots of people are looking to learn about Hype.
Here’s an example of timing… https://forums.adobe.com/thread/1971317 …apparently there’s some trouble with Adobe Edge Animate. Hype is mentioned a lot in that thread. Hopefully Hype 3.5 launches soon… like really soon. Also based on what’s been said in that thread, Adobe might be making some news next month. I’m not sure what that means, but perhaps this space is getting more competitive.
Meanwhile, it’s nice to see how the book is doing on iTunes…
For a little while, the book was the #1 “Internet” book. Apparently, this space is very competitive. The ranking is very fluid. I’ve seen the book disappear and then come back.
Also, I saw a new review from @gasspence – I’m glad that you like the book too!