ActionScript by William SandersActionScript by William Sanders

ActionScript

byWilliam Sanders

Paperback | October 25, 2002

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Increase the speed and download time of your applications by taking advantage of the powerful features of ActionScript, Macromedia Flash MX’s native programming language. This comprehensive reference explains the enhanced UI components, new object-oriented features of ActionScript--and much more. For anyone wanting to integrate sophisticated interactive elements into their Flash applications, and take Web application development to the next level, this is an exceptional resource.
William B. Sanders, Ph.D. is a Professor at the University of Hartford in Connecticut, where he focuses on interactive information technology. Dr. Sanders has written more than 35 books on computer-related topics during his career, many of which have been bestsellers. In recent years, Dr. Sanders has focused on Macromedia Flash and rel...
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Title:ActionScriptFormat:PaperbackDimensions:9.1 × 7.3 × 1.67 inPublished:October 25, 2002Publisher:OsborneLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0072226439

ISBN - 13:9780072226430

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Table of Contents

Part I: Introducing Macromedia Flash MX ActionScript

1: Working in ActionScript

2: Variables and Data Types

Part II: Fundamental ActionScript

3: Basic Actions I

4: Basic Actions II

5: Operators

6: Functions

7: Properties and Constants

Part III: ActionScript Objects

8: Core Objects I

9: Core Objects II

10: Movie Objects I

11: Movie Objects II

12: Movie Objects III

13: Client/Server and Authoring

Part IV: ActionScript User Interface Components

14: FCheckBox

15: FComboBox

16: FListBox

17: FPushButton

18: FRadioButton

19: FScrollBar

20: FScrollPane

21: FStyleFormat

A: Deprecated Terms in ActionScript