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by Jen deHaan,Glen Rhodes

eBook ActionScript Zero to Hero download ISBN: 1904344119
Author: Jen deHaan,Glen Rhodes
Publisher: Wrox Press; 1st edition (November 2002)
Language: English
Pages: 300
ePub: 1395 kb
Fb2: 1591 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Category: Technologies
Subcategory: Web Development and Design

Jen deHaan is a freelance web designer and developer based in Calgary, Alberta.

Jen deHaan is a freelance web designer and developer based in Calgary, Alberta. She has co-authored three books on ActionScript: Flash MX Designer's ActionScript Reference, ActionScript Zero to Hero, and Flash MX Components Most Wanted. Jen graduated with top honors from a top new media program, and also with a bachelor's in fine arts in developmental art from the University of Calgary

Jennifer DeHaan, Fay Rhodes, Glen Rhodes. If you've dabbled with Flash and want to expand your repertoire, this book will teach you what you need to know about ActionScript in a fast-paced tutorial style.

Jennifer DeHaan, Fay Rhodes, Glen Rhodes. We'll show you how easy it is to create interesting, interactive movies in Flash MX through visual metaphors and worked examples

Jen deHaan, Glen Rhodes.

Jen deHaan, Glen Rhodes. We'll show you how easy it is to create interesting, interactive movies in Flash MX through visual metaphors and worked examples.

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ActionScript Zero to Hero. Jen deHaan is a freelance web designer and developer based in Calgary, Alberta. Jen graduated with top honors from a top new media program, and also with a bachelor's in fine arts in developmental art from the University of Calgary.

This title shows how easy it is to create interesting, interactive movies in Flash MX through visual metaphors and worked examples.

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Macromedia Flash MX Designer's ActionScript Reference by. John Davey, Glen Rhodes.

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If you've dabbled with Flash and want to expand your repertoire, this book will teach you what you need to know about ActionScript in a fast-paced tutorial style. The ActionScript language is becoming an increasingly vital part of every Flash designer's toolkit, but it can seem like a scary prospect for the non-programmer. We'll show you how easy it is to create interesting, interactive movies in Flash MX through visual metaphors and worked examples.

The aim is to get you up to speed quickly, giving you the skills you need to add extra functionality and control to your Flash movies. By the time you're finished, you should have a good grasp of the core ActionScript concepts and techniques, and plenty of ideas for your own projects.

No previous programming experience is required, just a familiarity with the Flash MX interface, and even the most code-phobic reader should find the learning curve to be smooth and easy.

Comments: (3)
ALAN
This book makes Actionscript easy to learn. It provides three things necessary to learning and remembering - Simplicity, excellent real life associations, and practicality. This is the book you can bring with you on your ride to work and understand what's being said, even though you are not in front of your screen. When you do go home, you'll have memory aids to make what you've learned stick. Also, you won't be doing things that you won't use, but rather the examples are on things you can put to immediate use. My experience is that Friends of Ed books are by knowledgeable professionals that love to teach.
Shaktit
For someone who has been working with flash for several years now, I wouldn't think a beginner's book would have been so helpful. It gives good, thorough examples and tips I haven't read from any other sources.

No, it's not very big and it doesn't cover every aspect of Flash - but it DOES give you enough information to create complete interactive interfaces, plus it puts scripting in terms easy to understand for those of us who struggle with code.
Ann
I have only animated with Flash before, and had never really used much actionscript with my designs. This book really covered a lot, and explained it very easily. I read this thing in around 2 weeks, and feel I really understand what it is all about now. It doesn't assume anything of the reader, luckily for me!! If you want a book that is very clear and easy to understand, and is pretty funny too, I recommend this book highly.