These tutorials have been designed to take you through the basics of using Easel JS, making a simple game that introduces interactivity and creating animated content.
1 – Getting started with EaselJS
Adding text and images to the Canvas element, then make it move. Take a look at the finished example here.
2 – Creating a simple clicking game with EaselJS
IMPORTANT – getObjectUnderPoint – only works if HTML file is on a web server, unless you use SAFARI
Click on spaceships to make them disappear and stop the invasion. View the finished file here.
3 – Creating Sprite Sheets for Easel.JS with Zoe
Create sprite sheet from Flash assets. View the finished file here. Use arrow keys to walk left and right.
4 – Working with SpriteSheets in EaselJS Tutorial
Control a character walking left and right with arrow keys. View the finished file here.
Let me know if you want any more, I have code ready to go for a platform game demo.