ActionScript 3.0 for Flash. Detailed guidance

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ActionScript 3.0 for Flash. Detailed guidance

This new book by Colin flour. This phrase will be sufficient to bookstores lined up flashers. There was and there is no author, who would be on the authority and influence might be flour. He was the first person to write a decent book on ActionScript immediately after the appearance of this language in the distant 2001. ActionScript grew rapidly, becoming a full-fledged object-oriented language. And continued assistance in the development of the next revolutionary innovation novice and experienced flasher around the world have provided a book by Colin flour. It would seem that quite recently struck all ActionScript 2.0, which appeared all the features of an object-oriented language. However, at its core it remains a good old ActionScript 1.0, which was manifested in the formalities of many opportunities. These deficiencies have disappeared in ActionScript 3.0, which has become more powerful, more convenient, more strictly, faster. This book, as the best guide for ActionScript 3.0, combines the advantages of its predecessors - Essentials ActionScript 2.0 and ActionScript for Flash MX: The Definition Guide. It addresses both the fundamentals of the language and the key ideas of object-oriented programming, and specific content management capabilities Flash-applications. The unique architectural style, a lot of real-world examples, competent translation - it all allow you to learn ActionScript 3.0 quickly and easily.

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