Flash MX Express

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Apress, May 31, 2002 - Computers - 250 pages

Some Flash users like the depth, comfort and security of the linear tutorial approach. Others respond better to a more laid-back model. This book is for you if you're a denizen of the latter group; it's rich in images and examples, and restrained in its use of narrative. It gives you a fast but thorough and structured introduction that'll get you started with Flash MX quickly.

This beginner-level book uses a visual tutorial model to teach you the core knowledge you'll need to get started with Flash MX. It's rich in images and examples, and is aimed at the reader who prefers to learn by example and play, rather than by following a fixed tutorial route. This book is completely modular, so you can read it in any order you like, and come back to specific modules for reference purposes later.

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Glen Rhodes started his mind going early in life, when he was about 4 years old. At that age, Glen began playing the piano, which was sitting unused in his family's house. He's been playing ever since. Later, in 1997, Glen co-wrote a full-length musical called Chrystanthia. Somewhere along the way, he picked up game programming as a hobby, and eventually ended up making games professionally for home console systems. Then, in 1998, Glen discovered how he could take all my experiences and combine them, when he discovered Flash. The rest is history. Glen shares his ideas on his website, GlenRhodes.com.

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