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Darren Richardson,Jen Dehaan,Victor Manuel Ruiz Calderon,Alicia Cozar Concejil,David Stiller
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ActionScript . This Quick Answer Guide is designed specifically to help Flash designers and developers make the leap from ActionScript . to the new object-oriented ActionScript . quickly and painlessly.

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David Stiller is a resident author at CommunityMX

David Stiller is a resident author at CommunityMX. com (over 50 articles), co-author of Foundation Flash CS3 for Designers (friends of ED) and contributor to How to Cheat in Adobe Flash CS3 (Focal Press). Jen's latest blog is at ww. lashthusiast.

oceedings{3P, title {ActionScript . para desarrolladores Flash}, author {Joey Lott and Darron Schall and Keith Peters}, year {2007} }. Joey Lott, Darron Schall, Keith Peters. Topics from this paper.

by David Stiller, Rich Shupe, Jen deHaan, Darren Richardson. ISBN 9780596517359 (978-0-596-51735-9) Softcover, Adobe Developer Library, 2008.

Part II. ActionScript and the Flash CS4 Authoring Tool. Part II explores using the new paradigms of ActionScript . as they pertain to the Flash CS4 authoring tool. These chapters walk you through the Actions panel, help you decide when to use frame scripts as opposed to class files, and how to rethink the on()/onClipEvent() approach to event handling.

David Stiller, a Flash and ActionScript expert, is resident author at Community MX (over 30 articles), co-author . Jen deHaan is an instructional designer at Adobe.

David Stiller, a Flash and ActionScript expert, is resident author at Community MX (over 30 articles), co-author of Foundation Flash CS3 for Designers (friends of ED) and contributor to How to Cheat in Adobe Flash CS3 (Focal Press), by Chris Georgenes. Darren Richardson is interactive director at Magic Lantern Productions in London, UK. 地域を選択してください.

ISBN 13: 9788441521704. Darron Schall; Joey Lott.

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  • DABY
Let me start by saying that I've been using Flash for about 7 years, and most of them as a graphic artist. I was originally drawn to Flash because of its ease to make animations and its vector capabilities for the web. Over time, I kept experimenting with ActionScript 2 and though it was a struggle for a while as I come from a purely print oriented graphic design background, I eventually became very proficient at developing ActionScript 2 movies, using it to simulate some complex pharmaceutical packaging and manufacturing machines,their interfaces, and other procedures for training modules. Thus, I was extremely excited when I learned about the revamped ActionScript 3, which was to bring much better performance to the Flash Player and allow more creativity and give us better tools to develop Flash content. And then I got CS3, bought my first CS3 book (the Flash ActionScript 3.0 Bible), and I hit the wall. Suddenly, rather than just assign an action to a button using the onPress event for it, I had to learn the new Event Listener model. Suddenly, every book and resource I read about AS3 went on and on about Packages, Public vs Private variables, Class files, and all sorts of very intimidating terms. I decided that AS3 wasn't for me and kept publishing AS2 movies.

So, I recently got into a situation that I had to deliver an AS3 Flash movie and I was panicking. I decided to buy this book out on a hunch and wow it's been the best investment in a development book that I've ever done! Right off the bat, the author starts explaining why AS3 works the way it does, how AS2 was a stepping stone into the realm of AS3, and best of all, he explains how to transfer accumulated AS2 knowledge and experience to AS3 development. That is probably the most valuable detail about this book; not just that the author can teach the user AS3, but that he can teach AS2 veterans that have been avoiding AS3 like the plague how to transfer all of their know-how into AS3 magic.

So yea, I had avoided AS3 like a plague since the release of CS3. This book taught me how to handle it, and now I'm very excited at all the possibilities that AS3 brings; something no other book or web tutotial ever did for me.

Oh, and for what it's worth, even though the author constantly mentions Flash CS4, all of his examples (and the files at the book's website for the examples) work great with CS3.
  • MisterQweene
It seems to be a good book, but it dwells to much on migration from AS 2.0 as well as the flex developement parts of the story. I was looking for more of a straight reference guide that lists the commands and what they do. I havn't finished the book yet, and so far its a pretty good read. If your just starting in AS 3.0 though it doesn't walk you through document classes, and snippets, and how to set up your programing work. Its more of an example book in the first half, and in the second half it has a bunch of "How do I..." situations. The problem is with the types of issues it addresses. I'm a designer and animation person, so I was looking for more physics and logistics of setting up your AS files. The book was cheep! it took a long time to get here but I'm glad to have it on the shelf if I ever ask "How do I..." The one good thing about this book is it is for Flash CS4 proffesional in particular, and it does walk you through some of the settings for linkage and so forth. All in all I would give it a three out of five as above.
  • Aurizar
Flash/Actionscript has been in a constant change of flux, not only with new versions of the Flash IDE every year or two, but with a complete revamp into ActionScript 3.0. Even accomplished programmers first attempting to work with ActionScript 3.0 will face daunting roadblocks with mediocre IDEs, awful debuggers and disorganized documentation - all varying across multiple versions.

Also very discouraging is the vast amount of garbage on the web for Flash and AS3 programming. With approximately 3 million flash programmers (according to Adobe) the internet has tons of worthless and very confusing material to wade through to find useful answers. Which means if you're like most developers, and expect to use the internet to find answers to complex language and IDE issues you're frequently going to find yourself out of luck with respect to Flash and AS3.

That's where this book comes in. The authors have explained the history and structure of not only ActionScript but the various IDEs and available editors - clearly and simply. Frankly its been a god send towards my becoming effective as an ActionScript programmer. That's why I believe anyone working on their own to learn ActionScript for Flash and Flex will find no better alternative for navigating the extremely noisy legacy of Flash and ActionScript. For example, the Adobe migration guide from AS2 to AS3 doesn't hold a candle to the work of these authors for comprehensive clarity.

I wholeheartedly recommend this book to anyone learning AS3 after they've read something like "Learning ActionScript 3.0" by Rich Shupe and Zevan Roosser. The same goes for anyone transitioning from AS2 to AS3. In my opinion, this book sets new conceptual standards Adobe should be using for all their future language documentation. If you're past the first stages of trying to learn AS3 spare yourself ongoing grief and read this book cover to cover. It's that good.
  • Peras
No mention of Flex means ... nary a word about Flex.
I breezed through the book - however - I bought it from the standpoint of Flex.
I got some stuff out of it, but it's not geared to Flex - not at all.
It did seem to cover Flash very well and also moving from AS2 to AS3.
MXML is shown in the index one time, on page 19, and that's it for the index.
I'll give it 4star since it does seem to cover Flash/CS2/CS3 fairly well.
I'm probably going to have to sell mine and look elsewhere for Flex/CS3.
  • SING
I have picked up several books on Flash and AS3 and this is the least useful. I love the "AS3 Cookbook", but this quick reference guide has not proven to be quick or a good reference. It will be given to the library.
  • Llanonte
It's really Quick Reference.