Description - Beginning ActionScript 2.0 by Nathan Derksen
* Offering guidance in an exercise-oriented format that readers will find helpful, this book is the perfect mix of tutorial and hands-on coding * Written by a well-known and well-respected Flash development expert, this code-intensive guide shows readers how to work with objects, write and use various functions, handle dynamic data, and integrate with XML * Contains complete coverage of the ActionScript language, including data types, variables, events, and more * Addresses important topics such as understanding how code fits into a Flash project and where it goes, working with new screen technology, and scripting for video and sound Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.
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(234mm x 192mm x 45mm)
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
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Author Biography - Nathan Derksen
Nathan Derksen is a Web media architect working in IBM's Global Services division. Nathan has more than 6 years of experience with IBM, and 9 years' experience in the field of Web development. Mr. Derksen was the technical editor for the book Animation and Effects with Macromedia Flash MX 2004 (Jen DeHaan, Macromedia Press), and is a moderator on the Macromedia Flash forum at www.flash8forums.com. Nathan can be reached through his personal site at www.nathanderksen.com. Jeff Berg is a patent-winning digital media designer and Flash developer. He leads the development of user interfaces for rich Internet applications. Jeff leverages a fine arts degree to approach interface design and programming with problem-solving creativity. His user-centric approach includes self-imposed standards for user experience, usability, and information design. Jeff's visual background provides a unique position to work on projects with visual design concerns while maintaining concepts of design patterns and object-oriented programming. Jeff currently is focusing on museum and public space projects utilizing pervasive devices in handheld kiosk solutions. He lives in Chicago with his wife Kara and children Cary and Evie. Jeff maintains a web site at www.memoryprojector.com.