Object-Oriented Programming with ActionScript 2.0

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Object-Oriented Programming with ActionScript 2.0
By Jeff  Tapper, James  Talbot, Robin  Haffner
Publisher : New Riders Publishing
Pub Date : February 13, 2004
ISBN : 0-7357-1380-4
Pages : 504
Slots : 1.0    

Master the principles of object-oriented programming as it is used with the most recent version of ActionScripting.

  • Object-Oriented Programming revolutionizes the way Flash developers interact with Flash.

  • This book provides developers with a roadmap to application development.

  • Written by highly respected and visible members of the Flash Community.

Updated to cover the functionality and ActionScripting changes that have come with the release of Flash MX Professional 2004, this edition brings more clarity to the use of object-oriented programming for developing Flash applications. Topics of discussion include understanding object-oriented programming, object design, basic patterns, using components , and debugging applications. These concepts are covered with the backdrop of a sample application.

Jeff Tapper is the Chief Technologist for Tapper.net Consulting, developing projects Toys R Us, IBM, Dow Jones, American Express, Verizon, and others. Jeff is certified to teach courses on ColdFusion and Flash development. James Talbot is a member of the Macromedia Educational Services Team, working on the Flash training curriculum, including the Developing Rich Internet Applications and Advanced ActionScript for Applications courses. His most recent development projects include sites for AOL/Time Warner and TV Guide. Robin Haffner is an Enterprise Technologist specializing in Flash Applications for the enterprise at Haffner Graphic. Each presents regularly at industry events.

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Object-Oriented Programming with ActionScript 2.0
Object-Oriented Programming with ActionScript 2.0
ISBN: 0735713804
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2004
Pages: 162

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