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Foundation ActionScript 3.0 for Flash and Flex

  • Authors
  • Darren Richardson
  • Paul Milbourne
  • Steve Webster
  • Todd Yard
  • Sean McSharry

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xix
  2. Darren Richardson, Paul Milbourne, Steve Webster, Todd Yard, Sean McSharry
    Pages 1-21
  3. Darren Richardson, Paul Milbourne, Steve Webster, Todd Yard, Sean McSharry
    Pages 23-67
  4. Darren Richardson, Paul Milbourne, Steve Webster, Todd Yard, Sean McSharry
    Pages 69-105
  5. Darren Richardson, Paul Milbourne, Steve Webster, Todd Yard, Sean McSharry
    Pages 107-160
  6. Darren Richardson, Paul Milbourne, Steve Webster, Todd Yard, Sean McSharry
    Pages 163-201
  7. Darren Richardson, Paul Milbourne, Steve Webster, Todd Yard, Sean McSharry
    Pages 203-241
  8. Darren Richardson, Paul Milbourne, Steve Webster, Todd Yard, Sean McSharry
    Pages 243-298
  9. Darren Richardson, Paul Milbourne, Steve Webster, Todd Yard, Sean McSharry
    Pages 301-353
  10. Darren Richardson, Paul Milbourne, Steve Webster, Todd Yard, Sean McSharry
    Pages 355-403
  11. Darren Richardson, Paul Milbourne, Steve Webster, Todd Yard, Sean McSharry
    Pages 405-428
  12. Darren Richardson, Paul Milbourne, Steve Webster, Todd Yard, Sean McSharry
    Pages 431-446
  13. Darren Richardson, Paul Milbourne, Steve Webster, Todd Yard, Sean McSharry
    Pages 449-482
  14. Darren Richardson, Paul Milbourne, Steve Webster, Todd Yard, Sean McSharry
    Pages 485-506
  15. Darren Richardson, Paul Milbourne, Steve Webster, Todd Yard, Sean McSharry
    Pages 509-566
  16. Back Matter
    Pages 569-586

About this book

Introduction

ActionScript 3.0, the latest version of the Flash Platform's scripting language, offers many new and powerful features. ActionScript is now a full-fledged programming language, with complete object-oriented capabilities, improved event handling, sound and video support, drawing capabilities, support for regular expressions, and much more.

Whether you are a Flash designer wishing to add to your skill set or an experienced ActionScript developer who wants to get up to speed with the latest version, you'll find all you need to know in Foundation ActionScript 3.0 for Flash and Flex.

Starting with the fundamentals, you'll learn how to add interactivity to your Flash movies by using ActionScript objects, manipulating sound and video, and harnessing the power of regular expressions and XML. The book concludes with two case studies to consolidate what you've learned and introduce some additional advanced techniques. You'll gain a solid understanding of the new and exciting world of ActionScript 3.0 and see how everything fits together to form complete applications, so you'll be able to build your own professional sites.

The sensible layout of the book makes it easy to find information about specific techniques. It focuses on the essential skills that will enable you to get up and running quick. With this book as your guide, you'll be creating killer Flash applications before you know it.

Keywords

ActionScript Audio Layout Web Services programming programming language vector graphics video

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