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Adobe Flex 3.0 For Dummies
by Doug McCune
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0470277920, Paperback)Ready to flex your Web development muscles and start building rich Internet applications? With Flex 3.0, you can create great RIAs that perform like desktop applications using Adobe Flash Player, which is already installed on more than 95 percent of Internet-connected computers. And the fun and easy way™ to get up to speed on Flex is with Adobe Flex 3.0 For Dummies.
This friendly guide shows you how Flex lets you leverage the power of Adobe’s ubiquitous Flash technology to build large applications. If you’ve written code in any language, Adobe Flex 3.0 For Dummies will get you started, introduce you to FlexBuilder and the Flex framework, and have you building some really “flashy” stuff before you know it. You’ll find out how to:Develop interactive applications without worrying about browser differencesUse the Event ModelWork with ActionScript and MXMLBuild simple user interface controls and data-driven controlsSet up data bindingFormat and validate user dataCreate, run, and clean a projectExplore Flex manager classesWork with styling and skinning Flex components
All the code used in the book is on the companion Web site to save you that much more time. Adobe Flex 3.0 For Dummies helps you become Flex-literate in a flash!
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(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:25:15 -0400)
A beginner's guide to Adobe Flex 3 explains how to create powerful, expressive, high-performance Web applications that will run on all browsers and operating systems, with coverage of all major updates and features of the latest version of Flex, including new user interface capabilities, enhanced developer productivity, desktop deployment and enterprise testing, and performance-profiling tools.
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