Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Blogging A Multimedia Project II Part3

My first OOP – Object Oriented Programming – experience was with XENIX Basic. From that time on I have preferred OOP to Sequential programming techniques.

With macromedia director and later flash it became a neat thing to create a movie or interactive piece that had only one frame.

Object Classes
These are the basic call tags for a specific function or operation type

A Class can consist of Constants and Actions/Functions

In the case of the river web site the idea was to run all functions just above the point of crash.

If 25 buttons will work fine for the interface function then it would be easy to create a matrix algorithm based on a 5 x 5 grid. But what is the maximum number of buttons the system can generate before a crash or system lock up. Based on previous experience with flash I picked 400 buttons as a good standard for a screen input area with a 20 by 20 diamond pattern grid.

river nav version 2 The BASE

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