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This course is perfect for anyone who's looking to add more "flash" to Flash projects. In Flash CS4 Professional: Object-Oriented Programming, Todd Perkins shares tools and techniques to help create a more streamlined workflow through reusable code components. He explains how encapsulation and inheritance can produce creative work with maximum efficiency, and shows how to use proper manipulation of classes to build a complete and complex slide show. Todd's examples demonstrate the power of this coding technique. Exercise files accompany the course.
Welcome to Flash CS4 Object-Oriented Programming. Hi, I'm Todd Perkins. As an Adobe Certified Instructor, I spend a lot of time showing people the ins and outs of Adobe's web development software. In this course, I'll show you how to build applications using classes and objects with object-oriented programming in ActionScript 3.0. If you are not familiar with the new version of ActionScript, you can learn everything you need in my companion course, ActionScript 3.0 in Flash CS4 for Designers.
This is what I like about object- oriented programming or OOP. Your programming code is more organized, more efficient and easier to reuse than code on the Timeline. I'll introduce you to the basics of OOP working with classes and packages, inheritance and polymorphism. You will learn to build a complex slideshow from scratch, where you will put the various language elements together to build a Flash application. Basically, you will find out how to put more flash in your Flash, using more organized, reusable code. So let's head on to the next movie and get you going with Flash CS4 Object-Oriented Programming.
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