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This hands-on introduction to design patterns is for experienced Flash developers ready to tackle sophisticated programming techniques with ActionScript 3.0. Now that ActionScript has been reengineered from top to bottom as a true object-oriented programming (OOP) language, reusable design patterns are an ideal way to solve common problems in Flash applications. But learning ActionScript 3.0 is a challenge for anyone without adding this extra learning curve.ActionScript 3.0 Design Patterns takes you step by step through the process, first by explaining how design patterns provide a clear road map for structuring code that actually makes OOP languages easier to learn and use. You will then learn about various types of design patterns and construct small abstract examples before trying your hand at building full-fledged working applications outlined in the book. Topics in ActionScript 3.0 Design Patterns include: Key features of ActionScript 3.0 and why it became an OOP language OOP characteristics, such as classes, abstraction, inheritance, and polymorphism The benefits of using design patterns Creational patterns, including Factory and Singleton patterns Structural patterns, including Decorator, Adapter, and Composite patterns Behavioral patterns, including Command, Observer, Strategy, State patterns How design patterns can be used in conjunction with one anotherDuring the course of the book, you will work with many examples, such as an e-business application with service options that users can select, an interface for selecting a class of products and individual products in each class, an action game application, a video record and playback application, and many more.Perfectfor Java and C++ developers coming to Flash, as well as those experienced with ActionScript 2.0 and earlier, ActionScript 3.0 Design Patterns will have you constructing truly elegant solutions for your Flash applications in no time.
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William Sanders (born April 28, 1942) is an American speculative fiction writer, primarily of short fiction, and was the senior editor of the now defunct online science fiction magazine Helix SF
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