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ActionScript 2.0 is a powerful scripting language that allows you to create complex and highly interactive Flash applications. In ActionScript 2.0 Essential Training, Joey Lott will teach you the essential skills and reveal the insider information you need to begin developing Flash applications. The training begins with an overview of programming terms and concepts used in ActionScript such as datatypes, variables, expressions and operators, switch statements, arrays, functions, etc., and then quickly moves on to show apply the concepts using practical examples. While this training title was recorded in the Flash MX 2004 interface, it is appropriate for users of Flash 8 as well. Exercise files accompany the tutorial, allowing you to follow along and learn at your own pace.
Note: This product was previously named Learning ActionScript 2.0 in Flash MX 2004
Hi. My name's Joey Lott. And it's my voice you'll be hearing on this title about ActionScript in Flash MX 2004. ActionScript is a lot of fun. And it's especially fun when you know what you're doing. So what I'd like to share with you in this title is what you need to know in order to create the kinds of applications you want to create. And that means really learning the fundamentals of ActionScript and building from there. Pretty soon, you'll be able to create applications that have animations that are controlled by ActionScript, that allow you to create and control text. And we're also going to be looking at exciting things like sound and video all controlled with ActionScript.
That's just a preview of the many things we'll be covering in this title. I'm sure you're going have a lot of fun. And I'm sure that you're going to learn a lot. So let's go ahead and get started.
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