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Get Essential ActionScript 3. Explore a preview version of Essential ActionScript 3. ActionScript 3. The enhancements to ActionScript's performance, feature set, ease of use, cleanliness, and sophistication are considerable.
Essential ActionScript 3. Essential ActionScript has become the 1 resource for the Flash and ActionScript development community, and the reason is the author, Colin Moock. Many people even refer to it simply as "The Colin Moock book. And for good reason: No one is better at turning ActionScript inside out, learning its nuances and capabilities, and then explaining everything in such an accessible way. Colin Moock is not just a talented programmer and technologist; he's also a gifted teacher.
True to its roots, the book once again focuses on the core language and object-oriented programming, but also adds a deep look at the centerpiece of Flash Player's new API: display programming.
Enjoy hundreds of brand new pages covering exciting new language features, such as the DOM-based event architecture, E4X, and namespaces--all brimming with real-world sample code. The ActionScript 3. Created in , the Adobe Developer Library is the official source for comprehensive learning solutions to help developers create expressive and interactive web applications that can reach virtually anyone on any platform. With top-notch books and innovative online resources covering the latest in rich Internet application development, the Adobe Developer Library offers expert training and in-depth resources, straight from the source.
Skip to main content. Start your free trial. Book Description ActionScript 3. Show and hide more. Table of Contents Product Information. Table of Contents Essential ActionScript 3. ActionScript from the Ground Up 1. Core Concepts 1. Tools for Writing ActionScript Code 1. Flash Client Runtime Environments 1. Compilation 1. Just-In-Time Compilation 1. Quick Review 1. Classes and Objects 1. Creating a Program 1.
Packages 1. Defining a Class 1. Access Control Modifiers for Classes 1. Virtual Zoo Review 1. Constructor Methods 1. Creating Objects 1. Literal Syntax 1.
Variables and Values 1. Local Variables 1. Instance Variables 1. Access-control modifiers for instance variables 1. Constructor Parameters and Arguments 1. Expressions 1. Assigning One Variable's Value to Another 1. Copies and References 1. An Instance Variable for Our Pet 1. Instance Methods 1. Access Control Modifiers for Instance Methods 1. Method Parameters and Arguments 1. Method Return Values 1. Method Signatures 1. Members and Properties 1. Break Time! Conditionals and Loops 2.
Conditionals 2. The if Statement 2. An if statement with no else 2. Chaining if statements 2. The switch Statement 2. Loops 2. The while Statement 2. Processing Lists with Loops 2. Ending a Loop with the break Statement 2.
The do-while Statement 2. The for Statement 2. Boolean Logic 2. Logical OR 2. Logical AND 2. Logical NOT 2. Back to Classes and Objects 3. Instance Methods Revisited 3. Omitting the this Keyword 3. Bound Methods 3. Get and Set Methods 3. Handling an Unknown Number of Parameters 3. Static Variables and Static Methods 4. Static Variables 4. Constants 4. Static Methods 4. The Class Initializer 4.
Class Objects 4. On to Functions 5. Functions 5. Package-Level Functions 5. Global Functions 5. Nested Functions 5. Source-File-Level Functions 5. Accessing Definitions from Within a Function 5. Functions as Values 5. Function Literal Syntax 5. Recursive Functions 5. Using Functions in the Virtual Zoo Program 5.
Back to Classes 6. Inheritance 6. A Primer on Inheritance 6. Overriding Instance Methods 6. Invoking an Overridden Instance Method 6. Constructor Methods in Subclasses 6. Subclassing Built-in Classes 6. The Theory of Inheritance 6.
Essential ActionScript 2.0
Chapter 1 introduces ActionScript 2. ActionScript 1. Basics like conditionals, loops , operators, and other non-object-oriented aspects of ActionScript 1. In addition, object creation, property access, and method invocation have the same syntax in ActionScript 1.
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