Macromedia Flash MX 2004 Advanced for Windows and Macintosh

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Peachpit Press, 2004 - Computers - 632 pages

As a professional Flash developer, nobody knows more about Flash MX 2004 than you or at least they better not! To make sure they don't, you need this task-based guide. By applying the popular Visual QuickStart format--easy, step-by-step instructions and loads of visual aids--to more complex topics, this guide offers the quickest, easiest way to get up to speed on the advanced Flash features that can make or break a project. You'll find straight-ahead, concise explanations of all the animation, navigation, and interactivity techniques you'll need to master to create dynamic Web sites with Flash. You'll also find complete coverage of all that's new in Flash MX 2004: essential ActionScript 2.0 commands and standards, expanded support for rich media, a streamlined user interface, and more. By emphasizing methodology and problem solving over features inventories and long, techie discussions, this guide teaches Flash the way you use it--dynamically, interactively, and to get a job done!

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Russell Chun is a medical illustrator, writer, and teacher. He develops instructional media for Benjamin Cummings, an educational science publisher. He has written numerous magazine articles on Flash, and he teaches Flash at the Graduate School of Journalism at the University of California at Berkeley.

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