Learn how to harness ActionScript 3.0 to build meaningful and practical applications, including effective approaches to typical programming tasks. The building blocks we’ll share are designed to take full advantage of ActionScript 3.0 as well as lay the foundation for any project. This session is for both ActionScript 2.0 holdouts and intermediate/advanced programmers coming to ActionScript who may lack a full understanding of where to apply their skills.
Spring ActionScript is an offshoot of Java Spring and brings Inversion of Control to the Flash Platform. Primarily focusing on Flex and AIR development, you’ll learn how this framework can be used to build testable and maintainable applications. We’ll take a look at the different kinds of configuration options, how it compares to Java Spring and what building blocks it includes to create tailored architectures.
This video demonstrates how to test multiple conditions at the same time using logic operators. Learn to customize your project with more control using basic Boolean logic commands.
Conditional tests are only useful if you can do different things based on the results. In this video, Doug shows how to do exactly that with the “if” and “if…else” statements.
This video shows how to test for different conditions in your application using Equality and Inequality Operators. Follow along as Doug builds a number of conditional statements, and then tests the results.keep looking »