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Video2Brain - Getting Started with ActionScript

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Video2Brain - Getting Started with ActionScript

Video2Brain - Getting Started with ActionScript
English | December, 2011 | mp4 | H264 1280x720 | AAC 1 ch 64 kbps | 2h 15m | 245 MB
Web Development, Video training

ActionScript is an object-oriented programming language that has a wide reach on the web, the desktop, mobile devices, and beyond. If you want to be able to hit many targets with one code base, ActionScript is a great way to do so; it also lets you build a variety of application types, from 2D and 3D games to enterprise applications, video players, and more. In this workshop, expert software engineer Joseph Labrecque teaches you the very fundamentals of programming in ActionScript 3 using both Flash Professional and Flash Builder. You will learn how to use core constructs and object types such as variables, arrays, and functions, as well as more advanced types like video, sound, XML, and JSON.


Introduction to ActionScript 3.0
What Is ActionScript and Why Should I Learn It? 03:29
ActionScript 2.0 vs. ActionScript 3.0 05:05
AS3 Language Fundamentals 07:44
Implementing External Source Code 06:36

Working in Flash Professional
Creating a Flash Document 04:17
Building the Document Class 04:40
Compiling and Debugging 06:29

Working in Flash Builder
Creating an ActionScript Project 05:13
Creating a Class File 06:37
Compiling and Debugging 06:03

AS3 Language Fundamentals
Variables 06:11
Functions 05:31
Events 05:04
Conditionals 04:43
Arrays and Vectors 04:07
Loops 05:45

Working with AS3 Objects
MovieClip and Sprite 06:04
TextField and TextFormat 05:07
Video, NetConnection, and NetStream 07:38
Sound, SoundTransform, and SoundMixer 07:05
Loader, Bitmap, and BitmapData 05:43
XML 07:21
JSON 06:53


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Video2Brain - Getting Started with ActionScript