Media praise for Learning Flex 4
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"I have to admit having high expectations of a tech book that begins with a quote from Dostoyevsky! So far, I am very pleased with my progress through the book and I recommend it for other Flex/Flash Builder newbies like me."
-- , Amazon.com
"The authors of the book are experienced Flex developers, and their choice of sample applications demonstrated in the book do a great job showing how easy it is to build capable Flex and AIR applications."
-- , DrDobbs.com
"The book starts with a good introduction, where he leads the reader to know a little of the Flash Plataform, explaining clearly the differences between Flex for Web and Desktop, making a good introduction to the development environment. At this point, the developer who is starting in Flex already feels comfortable with his new tool. The authors make a sequence of chapters designed to create forms with navigation controls, where they can be implemented include the validations, formatters, restrictions, with clear examples of how it can be done to implement each of these situations. The book also shows techniques for creating Styles and Skinning in Flex applications. The book makes a very interesting explanation on the implementation of FXG and its use in Skinning." Full Review >
-- , www.horochovec.com
"If you have read the earlier book, "Learning Flex 3 by Alaric Cole", you pretty much have an idea of the quality of work. This book lives up to that name and offers some delightful upgrades.For a beginner, the world of Flex is very daunting and confusing. If you want… " Full Review >
-- , santoshonsoftware.blogspot.com
""Learning Flex 4" explains all of the core concepts for developing Flex 4 applications. It is definitely a beginners book as it assumes only some basic programming knowledge, and the book doesn't really go much beyond the basics of writing a simple Flex application." Full Review >
-- , www.covenantdesign.com/blog