OiReilly & Associates has published a new book titled; "Essential ActionScript 2.0". The book, written by Colin Moock, offers methods and techniques for programmers using ActionsScripts for Web anaimations and movies. According to OiReilly & Associates:
Author Colin Moock--one of the most universally respected developers in the Flash community--wants readers of the new "Essential ActionScript 2.0" to reap the rewards of using object-oriented programming (OOP), what he terms, "one of the most important revolutions in programming history." In this, his latest book, he aims to deliver everything programmers need to maximize their productivity in ActionScript 2.0.
Moock succeeds without question, says Gary Grossman of Macromedia, Flash architect and creator of ActionScript. According to Grossman, "This book delivers a complete education in harnessing the power
of ActionScript 2.0, coupled with the best practices for doing so. Colin illustrates not just how to write ActionScript but how to write great ActionScript."
With this essential guide, developers and programmers at all levels of experience will be able to use the extraordinarily powerful language and its methodologies with confidence and skill to produce movies, animation, and applications on the Web.
You can find more information about "Essential ActionScript 2.0" at the OiReilly & Associates Web site. The book is available for US$39.95.