Using Actionscript 2.0 Components With Macromedia Flash 8

by Bob Berry, Jen Dehaan, Peter Dehaan

Pearson Education | October 12, 2005 | Trade Paperback

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Components are “packaged” pieces of the Flash user interface, data integration tools, and media player that form the building blocks for building rich internet applications. They encapsulate complex functionality to make Flash development easier and more efficient, by letting developers reuse, share, and customize code. This book describes how to work with components and their supporting classes.

InUsing ActionScript Components with Macromedia Flash 8,learn how to:
•    Set component properties and parameters
•    Write functions to handle component “events,” such as clicking, loading, and rollovers
•    Customize component appearance
•    Create your own components and distribute them to other developers and designers
•    Use supporting classes for managing component depth and focus, or to customize data, styles, transition effects, and Web services

Includes the following books in the Macromedia online documentation:
•    Using Components
•    Components Language Reference

Powerful development and design tools require thorough and authoritative technical advice and documentation. When it comes to Macromedia Flash, no one is more authoritative than Macromedia Development and writing teams. Now their official documentation is available to you in printed book form. As you work, keep this guide by your side for ready access to valuable information on using Flash. We''ve designed it so that it''s easy to annotate as you progress.

Format: Trade Paperback

Dimensions: 1752 pages, 9 × 7.04 × 2.4 in

Published: October 12, 2005

Publisher: Pearson Education

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0321395395

ISBN - 13: 9780321395399

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Using Actionscript 2.0 Components With Macromedia Flash 8

by Bob Berry, Jen Dehaan, Peter Dehaan

Format: Trade Paperback

Dimensions: 1752 pages, 9 × 7.04 × 2.4 in

Published: October 12, 2005

Publisher: Pearson Education

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0321395395

ISBN - 13: 9780321395399

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Components are “packaged” pieces of the Flash user interface, data integration tools, and media player that form the building blocks for building rich internet applications. They encapsulate complex functionality to make Flash development easier and more efficient, by letting developers reuse, share, and customize code. This book describes how to work with components and their supporting classes.

InUsing ActionScript Components with Macromedia Flash 8,learn how to:
•    Set component properties and parameters
•    Write functions to handle component “events,” such as clicking, loading, and rollovers
•    Customize component appearance
•    Create your own components and distribute them to other developers and designers
•    Use supporting classes for managing component depth and focus, or to customize data, styles, transition effects, and Web services

Includes the following books in the Macromedia online documentation:
•    Using Components
•    Components Language Reference

Powerful development and design tools require thorough and authoritative technical advice and documentation. When it comes to Macromedia Flash, no one is more authoritative than Macromedia Development and writing teams. Now their official documentation is available to you in printed book form. As you work, keep this guide by your side for ready access to valuable information on using Flash. We''ve designed it so that it''s easy to annotate as you progress.

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Components are “packaged” pieces of the Flash user interface, data integration tools, and media player that form the building blocks for building rich internet applications. They encapsulate complex functionality to make Flash development easier and more efficient, by letting developers reuse, share, and customize code. This book describes how to work with components and their supporting classes.

InUsing ActionScript Components with Macromedia Flash 8,learn how to:
•    Set component properties and parameters
•    Write functions to handle component “events,” such as clicking, loading, and rollovers
•    Customize component appearance
•    Create your own components and distribute them to other developers and designers
•    Use supporting classes for managing component depth and focus, or to customize data, styles, transition effects, and Web services

Includes the following books in the Macromedia online documentation:
•    Using Components
•    Components Language Reference

Powerful development and design tools require thorough and authoritative technical advice and documentation. When it comes to Macromedia Flash, no one is more authoritative than Macromedia Development and writing teams. Now their official documentation is available to you in printed book form. As you work, keep this guide by your side for ready access to valuable information on using Flash. We''ve designed it so that it''s easy to annotate as you progress.

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Bob Berry, Jen deHaan, Peter deHaan, David Jacowitz, and Wade Pickettare members of the staff of the Instructional Media Development
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