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by Charles E Brown

eBook The Essential Guide to Flex 2 with ActionScript 3.0 (Essentials) ePub
Author: Charles E Brown
Language: English
ISBN: 1590597338
ISBN13: 978-1590597330
Publisher: friendsofED; 1 edition (March 6, 2007)
Pages: 520
Category: Programming
Subcategory: Computers
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 621
Formats: doc txt docx rtf
ePub file: 1698 kb
Fb2 file: 1348 kb

Flex 2 with Actionscript . by Charles E. Brown. This book, written to a relatively low level, and with an intent to be comprehensive, is relentlessly procedural.

Flex 2 with Actionscript . There are truly some weird little "gotchas" that I doubt I would have noticed any other way but reading this book.

Connect Flex to Adobe's powerful ColdFusion application server, and start to work with Flex applications powered by. .Put quite simply, this book is all youll need to master Flex 2 and ActionScript . application development.

Connect Flex to Adobe's powerful ColdFusion application server, and start to work with Flex applications powered by dynamic server-side code. Learn how states can smoothly transition your application interfaces between different data displays. Chapter 4: Containers and Components.

This book will show you how to create powerful, rich Internet applications using Flex 2 and ActionScript . the text will take you through all the powerful features of Flex using a series of strictly practical exercises. Welcome to the revolution! Understand MXML containers.

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Essential ActionScript . by Colin Moock. With top-quality books and innovative online resources covering the latest tools for rich-Internet application development, the Adobe Developer Library delivers expert training straight from the source. Printed in the United States of America. Topics include ActionScript, Adobe Flex®, Adobe Flash®, and Adobe Acrobat®.

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This is a comprehensive tutorial and reference guide to ActionScript 3, Flex, and Flexbuilder 2 that teaches readers everything they need to know about these new technologies, from the very beginning, right through advanced topics. Readers will need general web development experience, and ideally have Flash and ActionScripting experience, although this isn't essential. This book is one of the first to offer thorough coverage of these new technologies. The author, Charles E. Brown, is an acknowledged expert in Flash development and training.

I purchased this book to learn about Flex 2 and ActionScript . I am an experienced programmer, though only a part-time one at work, but am new to both Flex and ActionScript. I really like Mr. Brown's approach throughout the book. Concepts are presented well and usually thoroughly. Get Up to Speed With Flex 2 Fast. com User, April 19, 2007

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Flex 2 represents something of a revolution in web applications. It is the next evolutionary step of Flash, which has grown from a web animation tool to a powerful enterprise web design and development tool. with nearly 98% of all web browsers and cellular phones running the Flash player needed to use Flash and Flex applications, knowledge of Flex is indispensable for any serious web designer and developer.

This book will show you how to create powerful, rich Internet applications using Flex 2 and ActionScript 3.0. After learning how to install and becoming familiar with the basics of the Flex Builder 2 software, you will explore in depth how ActionScript 3.0 interacts with Flexs powerful XML-like design language: MXML. the text will take you through all the powerful features of Flex using a series of strictly practical exercises.

Put quite simply, this book is all youll need to master Flex 2 and ActionScript 3.0 application development. Welcome to the revolution!

Understand MXML containers Create transitions Create data-driven applications with XML Interface Flex with ColdFusion Understand the power of states
Nikobar
Back in the day (2003) before Flex existed I had always been trying to find a way to provide that rich internet experience (even before the term RIA existed) for my users, and I knew Flash was the key.

However almost all books at the time were geared towards Flash as an animation and design tool for making rich media experiences (animation, games, etc...), and none of them focused on Flash purely for making Applications - except for one: Foundation Flash MX Applications by Friends of Ed (co-authored by Cairngorm genius Steven Webster).

A very good book that helped me achieve making some rudimentary RIAs. But as a developer minded person, I wasn't able to get much further until Flex came along and enabled developers who operate on lines of code instead of timelines to make feature rich and rapidly engineered RIAs.

Fast forward to today, and the folks at Friends of Ed are out with their first Flex 2 book titled: The Essential Guide to Flex 2 with ActionScript 3.0.

The book assumes you have no prior knowledge of Flex, Flash, or ActionScript and covers a lot of bases including covering the basics of Object Oriented Programming, and how ActionScript implements it.

One of the challenges of writing a book about Flex is it's hard to isolate a topic and provide examples that don't require utilizing features yet to be discussed. So the approach that they take is to progressively (from a learning curve perspective vs topic perspective) introduce the features needed to fully discuss the primary topic. The result is as you go along your understanding of how things work in Flex progressively increases.

I definitely recommend this book for those who are interesting in seriously learning Flex, especially if you have no exposure to Flash and ActionScript. Actually the book starts you off so fresh that you don't even really need much programming experience to get going.
BoberMod
Flex 2 with Actionscript 3.0 by Charles E. Brown

This book, written to a relatively low level, and with an intent to be comprehensive, is relentlessly procedural. The first hundred pages or so take you through installing Flex Builder and then step by step through some really simple mxXML based projects. There are truly some weird little "gotchas" that I doubt I would have noticed any other way but reading this book. In short, reading this book I know will save me countless hours of time, simply for revealing some drudge details that could have really messed me up, like the different kinds of quotation marks used when passing an argument to an Actionscript function from within an MX-based object. Plus I know what Flex is, and what it is not.

You can expect to know about layout containers, too. Consider the following:

"As you can see, there are 16 layout containers. Throughout this book we will cover nearly all of them. However, for now you'll just be concerned with the seven most commonly used ones, described in the following list: Hbox, Vbox, Canvas, Panel, Tile, ApplicationControlBar, and ControlBar" (This is not an exact quote; Brown gives the distinguishing characteristics for each, and follows with a procedural exploration of how to use them, complete with screen shots).

The author has a flex website, charlesebrown dot net . Check it out!

If you don't know anything about Flex and AS3 and you want to know it all, this isn't a bad place to start. If you like working step by step along with software, its perfect.You surely won't begrudge the author his diligent and thorough approach and basically good attitude even though the book is not too exciting. If you already know Flex, or Actionscript, this book will probably be too basic for you.
Kerry
I love this book and might get his newest book Flex 3.0. I think I can really build on the solid foundation of this book. However, I have a feeling that they are a lot alike. The new Flex 3.0 puts all files in a new directory call /SCR. Make sure if you use this book with the new flex 3.0 to put all your files in this directory and change the directories in the book as such.
Example if assets/photo.jpeg,change to scr/assets/photo.jpeg. Also create all new folders in the src directory. Use the ../ to back out of a directory.
Modar
As a walk-through, I've found EGF2A3 to be quick and efficient. FoE and Brown lose a couple of stars due to a few mistakes in the guide's code, as well as the poorly organized download files. With a little research it's possible to work through each mistake and complete each exercise. The "finished code summaries" are accurate so many issues can be resolved by comparing blocks of code from page to page. The FoE website also has a basic forum that offers reader-generated solutions.

I'll return one star since, despite my criticism, this guide remained the easiest and fastest introduction to Flex 2. I can recommend EGF2A3 to advanced Flash developers as an efficient walk-through of Flex 2's core functions in only a few days.
Buzatus
This is a great starter book. If you're new to Flex this would be a great place to start. I bought this book looking for information I didn't already have, but it didn't contain advanced Flex/AS 3.0 content. If you're looking for more advanced Flex topics, AS 3.0 OOP design patterns, Designing Managers and Controllers, etc., this is not for you.
Gathris
concise and to the point. great read even if you've done other languages like ASP or Coldfusion. Definitely a keeper.
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