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ActionScript 3.0 Bible ActionScript has matured into a full-fledged, object-oriented programming language for creating cutting-edge Web applications, and this comprehensive book is just what you need to succeed. If you want to add interactivity to Flash, build Flex applications, or work with animation -- it's all here, and more. Full description

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  • Editeur : Wiley (1 janvier 2007)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0470135603
  • ISBN-13: 978-0470135600
  • Dimensions du produit: 18,8 x 4,1 x 23,6 cm
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Comme toujours quand on utilise beaucoup de sources bibliographiques, il y a des livres de références, des livres utiles, et des livres qu'on regrette d'avoir acheté. Ce livre entre dans la deuxième catégorie : beaucoup moins efficace et exhaustif que "Pratique d'actionscript 3.0" chez Pearson, qui, en plus, est en français, Actionscript 3.0 Bible est cependant un bon livre complémentaires, avec quelques thèmes un peu mieux expliqués, d'autres un peu plus fouillés. Ce n'est pas le premier livre que je recommanderai concernant la programmation actionscript, mais il n'est pas sans intérêt non plus.
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16 internautes sur 18 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Extensive, must have. 18 novembre 2007
Par Rhys Tague - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This is a fantastic book on AS3. If you are doing any type of major AS3 development then this books is a gem. It goes through the basics of variable declaration to classes and how the AS3 Environment uses them build RIA and flash content.
I also bought Essential ActionScript 3.0 (Essential) with this one to make sure that I get two explanations on each element of the language. When comparing both of them, The bible is good in some areas of explanation and the Essentials is vice versa.
Overall if you are going to be working with the AS3 language this is a impressive book to have in your arsenal for understanding and implementation of the language.
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Not useless, but disappointing 28 novembre 2007
Par Christopher - Publié sur
Format: Broché
The ActionScript 2.0 Bible, in my opinion, was indispensable; so I figured that this book, too, would be of considerable value in the migration from AS2 to AS3. I was disappointed by the examples, which were often fragmented or incomplete, and by the general organization of each chapter. Rarely were methods and properties for featured classes listed entirely in one location; this made quick reference difficult. Because there are many significant differences between AS2 and AS3, this book would benefit from more explicit and practical, as opposed to hypothetical and conceptual, examples (especially in the Class chapters). That said, I am now up and running in 3.0; but I often found myself working through the help files in the CS3 software to try to figure out how to implement the instructions in the book. As a teacher, and presently student, of technology, I would suggest comparing a few texts before buying this one. It's definitely not a waste of money if you have prior AS experience, but you may find a better value elsewhere.
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Great resource to learn and extend! 26 mars 2010
Par Joseph Koheleth - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I used this book extensively while learning Flash CS3 and CS4. I did not do much designing, mostly coding. I found this book to be exceptionally helpful as a developer with no background in any of the ECMA family script languages. I continued to use the book regularly over a period of two years and usually found it to be a great refresher or knowledge extender of the topic I needed that day. I highly recommend it. Although it is extensive, don't expect the book contain literally everything. It doesn't go into depth on the components (as I had wished) and one or two other times I came up empty, but I still don't think that demotes it to 4 stars. I found it to be the best laid out of all the ActionScript books I reviewed (and it pairs well with Moock). It is definitely my go-to-first book for ActionScript. If you are an absolute guru, maybe you don't need it (or any other book), otherwise get it and start reading and developing!
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Great for learning AS3 1 juin 2008
Par M. Evans - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Contradictory to most "Bibles" this book is not a thorough reference guide, meaning it does not break down every function or object with all of the property and methods. However, the examples are very clear and it's an excellent book to learn what you need and why you want it about Actionscript. I really enjoyed the simple explanations and for each topic I think just the right amount of information is presented without overloading you or leaving wondering what you're missing. Given that there is a wealth of detailed "reference" material at Adobe's site and built into Flex Builder, I think this book is an excellent complement to those materials. I recommend this book to anyone with a little programming experience looking to add ActionScript to their knowledgebase.
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A Good Introductory Reference Book 5 janvier 2010
Par Chuck Brooks - Publié sur
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Adobe's ActionScript 3 has many things in common with regular compiled languages, with a specialized focus on the Flash player and engine. Here's a good desk reference to avoid drowning in the online help that often times is a hindrance for here and now how to use it information.

One of Einstein's famous quotes is about not bothering to remember what can be looked up. There may not have been as much information that could be easily looked up in those days, while today we're inundated with it at every turn. This is particularly true for Adobe's ActionScript 3, the latest outgrowth of the Flash engine's programming tool. There's so much there, both from the precursor versions and the new, really object oriented restructuring that keeping track of it all may well be impossible.

This is particularly so for someone just starting to use ActionScript, with trying to get usage information from the online help is like attempting to get a drink of water from a fire hydrant. Plus, in today's heterogeneous software environments, mind share has to compete with other programming and scripting approaches and architectures, most having little connection with the others.

This book's first chapter is also the largest one, and deals with ActionScript 3's basics. It is followed by the second largest chapter, which deals with the object structure of this latest version of the language. With these first two chapters provide the basis for the remaining chapters and sections, each illuminated with code snippets that illuminate a usage or concept in concrete terms. Well written and a surprisingly easy read for such a technical subject, it provides more immediate how to information than can typically be found in online help, which itself is seldom noted for clarity of thought or ease of expression.

Highly recommended for anyone new to ActionScript, and a good aide memoire to seasoned professionals.

The book's 687 pages are organized into 37 chapters, grouped into in ten functional sections. With a rich index and code samples on the Wiley web site.
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