Synopses & Reviews
This practical, nuts-and-bolts toolkit puts theory into practice with ready-made answers to common Flash development questions. It's the perfect resource for Flash developers, as well as designers who are ready to start doing development work.
Flash 8 Cookbook offers quick look-up (and cross-referenced) recipes in four main categories:
- Creating Flash Content
- Building Interactive Flash Interfaces
- Adding Multimedia and Data
- Planning Flash Projects
Using O'Reilly's popular Problem/Solution/Discussion Cookbook format, this book offers 280 standalone recipes that include a brief explanation of how and why the solution works, so you can adapt it to similar situations you may run across in the future. For people who say, "I understand everything in theory, but I don't know where to start in practice," this book offers ready-to-use answers to real-world problems.
Joey Lott is the author of ActionScript Cookbook (O'Reilly) and co-author of Flash MX 2004 ActionScript Bible (Wiley). He's a leading speaker and consultant in the Flash development community.
About the Author
Joey Lott is the author of ActionScript Cookbook (O'Reilly), Learning ActionScript 2.0 in Flash MX 2004 (Lynda.com/Pearson), Complete Flash Remoting MX (Wiley), and is co-author of Flash MX 2004 ActionScript Bible (Wiley). Joey spends much of his time writing, and doing consulting and project development on his own, as well as interfacing with the flash development community (Macromedia, other experts, fans and users, media, interested corporate clients, and friends). You can learn more about Joey and follow his contributions to the Flash community by checking out his wsebsite and his blog:http://www.person13.com/
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