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By mswatcher
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Published: Sep 23 2009 / 14:59

Any book is usually judged by its cover. If the book’s cover is perceived to be attractive or compelling then most likely people would want to delve more into the book and in return help them decide to acquire or obtain the book. The same is true when it comes to Flash web design, a preloader is what precedes any flash content and therefore we usually continue to preview a Flash site depending on how good or stimulating the preloader is.
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alj000 replied ago:

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Hey mswatcher thanks a million for posting our article you've always supported us but this means a lot. I hope you liked the tutorial :)

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mswatcher replied ago:

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alj000, thanks...Actually your articles worth posting and get promoted in dzone... Keep this good flow up... Wish you all the very best... :)

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alj000 replied ago:

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Thanks again and we are trying to make our articles different and with quality. We want to focus on both the design and development side of tutorials. Of course we also try to showcase worthy inspirational articles.

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MAD000 replied ago:

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This tutorial is a god base for anyone thinking of creating a simple preloader. There is a lot that can be improved especially on the code aspect of it. I hope others can benefit and add upon it to create great preloaders using AS3.

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