Sebastopol, CA—If you're new to ActionScript 3.0, or want to enhance your skill set, this bestselling book is the ideal guide. Designers, developers, and programmers alike will find Learning ActionScript 3.0, Second Edition (O'Reilly Media, $49.99 USD) invaluable for navigating ActionScript 3.0's learning curve. You'll learn the language by getting a clear look at essential topics such as logic, event handling, displaying content, classes, and much more.
Authors Rich Shupe and Zevan Rosser draw on their experience as Flash developers and instructors to give you a solid ActionScript foundation, revealing ways you can use code for practical, everyday projects."With the explosive growth in the desktop and mobile markets, ActionScript has never been more important. This is the first book you'll need on your way to more specialized learning. It teaches the fundamentals needed to focus in any market—web, desktop, or mobile spaces," writes Shupe.
Shupe continues: "We wrote this book for readers who want to learn ActionScript 3.0, but don't have a computer science background or pre-existing knowledge of object-oriented programming."
Updated for Flash Professional CS5, this revised and expanded edition delivers hands-on exercises and full-color code samples to help you increase your abilities as you progress through the book. Topics are introduced with basic syntax and class-based examples, so you can set your own pace for learning object-oriented programming.
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Learning ActionScript 3.0
Publisher: O'Reilly Media
Rich Shupe, Zevan Rosser
ISBN: 9781449390174, 456 pages
Print Price: $49.99 Ebook Price: $39.99
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