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A clearly written, practical introduction to programming Flash with ActionScript. The hands-on tutorial approach is ideal for illustrators, animators, and Web designers who don't have a background in programming. Covers the latest version of Flash and ActionScript, expected March or April 2002. The author, Gary Rosenzweig, is a well-known Flash developer and writer. Sams Teach Yourself Flash ActionScript in 24 Hours offers a clearly written, well organized introduction to programming Flash with ActionScript. The reader will be taught basic programming techniques while creating their own interactive Flash movies. Most Flash users are illustrators and animators who have embraced Flash as a way to create animations for the Web. They have little or no experience with programming, but know that ActionScript is a powerful skill and want to learn it. Gary Rosenzweig is a multimedia software developer, entrepreneur, and writer. He is owner and developer of FlashArcade.com, a site of Flash games that pushes the edge of Flash programming. His business, CleverMedia, does consulting and Internet publishing and creates games, applications, and utilities using Flash and Shockwave. CleverMedia's Web site contains the world's largest collection of Shockwave applets made by one company.
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