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0 کتاب آموزش فلاش اکشن اسکریپت : 20 eBook Collection for Flash Action Scripting
01 - 01 - Action Script Animation - Making Things Move (CHM)
This is not a book about programming; it’s about magic. Within its covers you will find the potions and spells that will hopefully lead you on your own artistic journey of programming. Welcome artist, programmer, magician. Get ready for an amazing adventure!
02 - ActionScripting In Flash (PDF)
Building a linear animation or moderately interactive Flash movie is relatively simple. With the upgrade from Flash 4 to Flash 5, ActionScripting has become an even more crucial and powerful part of the product. Tapping the vast programming capabilities of Flash, however, requires more than brute programming skill--it requires a keen understanding of how to apply scripting to specific tasks. This book concentrates on practical applications for Flash programming. The book is structured into three parts: Foundation knowledge (general programming theory applied to Flash with short tasks to demonstrate specific concepts); Applied workshop (more involved tasks broken into three parts each--design discussion, the building steps, and analysis with suggestions of variation); and, Reference (which provides a concise listing of some of the more useful elements in ActionScript).
03 - ActionScript 2.0 Garage (CHM)
Top ActionScripter Dan Livingston shows you , teaches you skills, and inflames your passion to create "do-the-impossible" Flash content. It's all here: forms, validation, styles, skins, data integration, XML, RSS, classes, objects, events, listeners, menu systems, masks, preloaders, ActionScript 2.0 architecture, UI components, and more--all with serious downloadable examples. Inspired. Stunningly useful. Think 'zine. Think blog. But, please, do not think of any other ActionScript book you've ever seen.
04 - ActionScript for Flash 8 with Exercises (PDF)
ActionScript is, quite simply, the driving force behind Flash applications, allowing you to go beyond simple tweened animations and give your movies intelligence, power, and class! The current version of ActionScript in Flash 8, 2.0, is a fully featured, very powerful programming language.
05 - ActionScript Cookbook (CHM)
The ActionScript Cookbook is written with all levels of ActionScript developers in mind—people like you, who want practical solutions to common problems. Keep this book next to your computer to tackle programming challenges such as how to use ActionScript to draw a circle or load images at runtime, or work with Flash Communication Server (FlashCom) and Flash Remoting. This book is filled with exciting yet accessible and practical examples, solutions, and insights into the situations that Flash and ActionScript developers are sure to encounter.
06 - Essential Actionscript 2.0 (CHM)
ActionScript 2.0 introduces a formal object-oriented programming (OOP) syntax and methodology for creating Flash applications. Compared to traditional timeline-based development techniques, ActionScript 2.0's OOP-based development techniques typically make applications
07 - Flash 8 ActionScript Bible (PDF)
Flash has begun to mature as a product, and ActionScript has begun to mature as a language. That represents both opportunity and challenge to you. As a mature language, ActionScript provides a broad spectrum of features and functionality. The possibilities are limitless: There is great opportunity to build new, innovative, useful, and interesting applications using Flash and ActionScript. However, with that opportunity comes the challenge of learning how to use ActionScript effectively. If you want to express your thoughts and feelings well, you need the right language for communicating them. Likewise, with ActionScript the challenge is to learn the language so that there is a natural flow of expression that is seamless from its conception to its manifestation in .
08 - Flash ActionScript (PDF)
Flash ActionScript: Your visual blueprint for creating Flashenhanced Web sites uses straightforward examples to teach you how to create powerful and dynamic Web sites. The coding style and examples found in this book are used for instructional purposes. Once you are comfortable working with Flash ActionScript, you can use the coding styles and methods that suit your needs
09 - Flash ActionScript For Designers (PDF)
10 - Flash MX Advanced for Windows (PDF)
Ready to take your Flash knowledge to the next level? Then Macromedia Flash MX Advanced for Windows and Macintosh: Visual QuickPro Guide is your ticket. Designed for professionals like yourself-users who have mastered the basics of Flash but need help with the advanced animation techniques and ActionScripting--this guide is a must-have for graphic designers, Web animators, game programmers, interface designers, and multimedia pros.
11 - Learn Programming with Flash MX (CHM)
Step inside the world of the Learn Programming with Flash MX class, where you will meet a group of fellow students and learn alongside them all about programming using ActionScript in Flash MX.
Under instructor Ken Jokol's guidance, you'll learn core programming principles and use them to create an exciting final case study.
12 - Object Oriented Programming with ActionScript 2.0 (CHM)
I'd like to think of this as a real page-turner, a who-done-it that will keep you up at night guessing what's going to come next. Of course, this book is really just an attempt to help bring about an understanding of object-oriented programming (OOP), ActionScript 2.0, and the interaction of the two.
13 - Foundation Actionscript 3.0 Animation - Making Things Move (PDF)
This version of the book is essentially the same book, converted to ActionScript 3. The same basic formulas and techniques are covered that were covered in the first version, in roughly the same order. I would have liked to get into some new, additional techniques, but there was little that I could really cut out of the existing text, and in fact, even covering those same basics takes up a lot more space in ActionScript 3, as virtually every example here is contained in its own full class. But although the same basic topics are covered, it was still quite a bit of work, considering the massive changes this version of ActionScript has brought us.
14 - Foundation ActionScript 3.0 with Flash CS3 and Flex (PDF)
15 - ActionScript 3.0 Bible (PDF)
ActionScript 3.0 is the third major incarnation of the ActionScript language. Previously, ActionScript was used primarily to develop Flash content. Now ActionScript is being applied in an increasing variety of contexts, and it is a mature technology in its own right. ActionScript 3.0 Bible was written with this in mind, while additional offerings from Wiley provide focused training for the tools that use ActionScript 3.0.
The Flash Bible series continues with Adobe Flash CS3 Professional Bible (Reinhardt and Dowd, 2007). Rely on Adobe Flash CS3 Professional Bible to learn the ins and outs of the latest version of Flash, such as using the timeline, the library, and drawing tools. The Flash Bible series can get you started with ActionScript, but it is not a comprehensive reference for programming topics in Flash. If you plan on using Flash to develop your ActionScript projects, we recommend using Adobe Flash CS3 Professional Bible as a complement to this book.
16 - The Flash Anthology Cool Effects and Practical ActionScript - 2004 (PDF)
The problem for most fledgling developers is that, although they may know what they want to do, they don’t know how to do it. Perhaps they see the ActionScript Reference Panel and Actions Panel and think, “Whoa, I’m not going near that!” This is where Flash turns most people off. New users tend to either keep to the fringes and miss out on the real power, or they leave the application alone completely. But, it needn’t be that way. The use of ActionScript to create effects needn’t be an overwhelming experience. In fact, from animation to video, Action-Script can help you achieve your wildest Flash goals. The process can be easy, provided the ’s broken into manageable, bite-sized chunks.
17 - ActionScript 3.0 Design Patterns Jul.2007 (PDF)
Given the range of ActionScript programming backgrounds, we’re bound to be too difficult for some and too simplistic for others. However, this book’s overall goal is to explain how to use different design patterns. We targeted whom we considered intermediate level ActionScript developers. We’ve provided everything the intermediate level developer will need to move to the advanced level. For the advanced user, we provide explanations and examples of how to use design patterns with Action-Script 3.0.
18 - Object Oriented ActionScript 3.0 Jul.2007 (PDF)
As you’ll no doubt know, Adobe revolutionized ActionScript when it introduced ActionScript 3.0. Far from being a minor overhaul, it’s a complete update—we think it’s fair to say that the language has been reinvented as a full-scale proper programming language, with many things vastly improved, such as the way it handles events and XML, and some very cool additions, such as regular expressions, a standardized event model, and a new Display List API for working with visual objects much more effectively. But one of the biggest overriding things to note involves object orientation: whereas with ActionScript 2.0, it was possible, and certainly beneficial, to your applications the OO way, with ActionScript 3.0 it is completely mandatory.
19 - Essential ActionScript 3.0 Jun.2007 (PDF)
This book explores ActionScript from a programmer’s perspective but assumes no prior programming knowledge. If you have never programmed before, start with Chapter 1. It will guide you through the very basics of ActionScript, demystifying terms like variable, method, class, and object. Then continue through the book sequentially. Each chapter builds on the previous chapter’s concepts, introducing new topics in a single, prolonged narrative that will guide you on your journey to ActionScript proficiency.
20 - Server-Side Flash Scripts Databases and Dynamic Development (PDF)
(An old but good book)
This book is designed for the Flash Web developer and/or designer who wants to take the next step and enter the server-side world of the Web using Flash 5. To many Flash developers, the server side of the Web seems shrouded in mystery and complexity, and we want to open up this exciting new world where Flash 5 can be employed. Readers should be familiar with both Flash 5 and Flash 5 ActionScript. You don’t need to be an expert in Flash or ActionScript, but you should have some experience using both.