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Macromedia Flash ActionScript 2.0 OOP Video Training CD

by Apex Web Media
Windows, Mac


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  • High quality video training works on Pc or Mac
  • Ideal for people that learn quicker by being shown
  • Unique training method, learn any application in days
  • Learn from your own desk at a pace that suits you
  • Expert trainer guides you step by step
  • Find answers quickly, each CD is fully indexed
  • It's just like having a expert sat next to you

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  • Platform:    Windows, Mac
  • Media: CD-ROM
  • Item Quantity: 1
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Manufacturer's Description

Author: Michael Hurwicz

Training Duration: 6.5 hours

Number of Movies: 111

Macromedia Flash is one of the most versatile and user-friendly applications available today. Combine Flash with the Internet and you have unlimited possibilities for everything from animation to web applications. With ActionScripting, all of that potential becomes easier and more streamlined. Object-oriented programming (OOP) is a different approach to programming, intended to solve some of the development and maintenance problems commonly associated with large procedural programs. OOP is designed to make complex applications more manageable by breaking them down into self-contained, interacting modules. Author, Michael Hurwicz, explains the versatility and power of OOP complete with working examples and re-usable scripts.

Tutorials included on this training CD:
Getting Started
What You Should Know
ActionScript 2 & Flash Player
Overview
How to Do These Tutorials

Introduction To OOP
Object-Oriented Programming
The Object
The Class Pt.1
The Class Pt.2
Instantiation
Determining an Object's Class
Creating Custom Classes

Creating Classes & Class Hierarchies
Classpath/Packages/Import Pt.1
Classpath/Packages/Import Pt.2
Code-Sharing - Composition Pt.1
Code-Sharing - Composition Pt.2
Code-Sharing - Inheritance Pt.1
Code-Sharing - Inheritance Pt.2
A Star is Born Pt.1
A Star is Born Pt.2
A Star is Born Pt.3
A Star is Born Pt.4
A Star is Born - Further Study
The Call Stack

Maintaining & Extending Classes
Introduction
Building Class Hierarchies
The PersistentShape Class Pt.1
The PersistentShape Class Pt.2
The PersistentShape Class Pt.3
Abstract Methods/Static Members/Hierarchies
Classes as Contracts/Override/Polymorphism
Reusing Base Class Behaviors with Super
Overloading Not Allowed
Guidelines for Class Derivation
Dynamic Classes Pt.1
Dynamic Classes Pt.2
Interfaces
Static Members Stick Together

Information Hiding
Introduction Pt.1
Introduction Pt.2
Implicit get & set Methods
Overriding Implicit get & set Methods
Creating Read-Only Properties Pt.1
Creating Read-Only Properties Pt.2
Creating Read-Only Properties Pt.3
Creating Read-Only Properties Pt.4
Do It Once

Prototype & Instance Members
Prototype Members Pt.1
Prototype Members Pt.2
Prototype Members Pt.3
Identifying a Local Property
Identifying an Object Prototype
Prototype Members for Built-in Classes
You Cannot Delete get/set Properties Pt.1
You Cannot Delete get/set Properties Pt.2
You Cannot Delete get/set Properties Pt.3
Why You Cannot Delete get/set Properties

Assigning Class In The Library
Classpath Revisited
Introduction Pt.1
Introduction Pt.2
Assigning Class with the Linkage Pt.1
Assigning Class with the Linkage Pt.2
Debugging Techniques Pt.1
Debugging Techniques Pt.2
Debugging Techniques Pt.3
Assigning Class with Component Definition

Events & Listeners
Introduction
AsBroadcaster Pt.1
AsBroadcaster Pt.2
AsBroadcaster Pt.3
AsBroadcaster Pt.4
AsBroadcaster Pt.5
AsBroadcaster Pt.6
AsBroadcaster Pt.7
Debugging with Codeless FLAs
EventDispatcher Pt.1
EventDispatcher Pt.2
EventDispatcher Pt.3
EventDispatcher Pt.4
Storing Component Class Files
Library Naming Conflicts
CreateClassObject() Pt.1
CreateClassObject() Pt.2
CreateClassObject() Pt.3
CreateClassObject() Pt.4
CreateClassObject() Pt.5

Mix-Ins
Introduction
Icecream/Sprinkles/Almonds with Inheritance
Icecream/Sprinkles/Almonds with Mix-Ins Pt.1
Icecream/Sprinkles/Almonds with Mix-Ins Pt.2
UIObjectExtensions.as
UIEventDispatcher.as/EventDispatcher.as
TreeDataProvider.as/Tree.as
Lights/Camera/ActionScript Pt.1
Lights/Camera/ActionScript Pt.2
Lights/Camera/ActionScript Pt.3
Lights/Camera/ActionScript Pt.4
Lights/Camera/ActionScript Pt.5
Lights/Camera/ActionScript Pt.6
Lights/Camera/ActionScript Pt.7
Lights/Camera/ActionScript Pt.8
Lights/Camera/ActionScript Pt.9
Lights/Camera/ActionScript Pt.10
Lights/Camera/ActionScript Pt.11
When to Use Mix-Ins
Using #include Instead of Mix-Ins
The MovieClip._alpha property

Bonus Sample Application
Nasty Pt.1
Nasty Pt.2
Nasty Pt.3
Nasty Pt.4

Wrapping Up
Where to Go From Here

Credits
About the Author


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