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Macromedia Flash MX: Creating Dynamic Applications

by: Michael Grundvig; Max Oshman; Eric Dolecki Jobe Makar; Scott Smith

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Publisher: MACROMEDIA PRESS,10.10.02


ISBN: 0321115481
ISBN13: 9780321115485

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If you're in the business of programming or developing online applications with Macromedia Flash, you've probably had moments when you wished you could turn to the real experts for advice on integrating server-side technologies. Now you can. Macromedia Flash MX: Creating Dynamic Applications showcases how both state-of-the-art and well-established server-side technologies coupled with Flash MX can deliver powerful dynamic applications.

Utilizing the enhanced programming and integration capabilities of Flash MX, this book provides the theory behind the powerhouse code used to process, integrate, and display dynamic data. It focuses on tried-and-true middleware languages such as Java and ColdFusion, as well as newcomer ASP.NET, for integrating server-side data with Flash MX. Readers will get an 'under the hood' look of the full-source code used to develop a number of inspirational and practical online applications, including an entire Hotmail-style email system using Flash as a front end, an online poll, a message board, a multiuser avatar chat, a multiplayer game, and an instant messenger. By providing all the source code for the applications in Java, ColdFusion, and ASP.N ET, Macromedia Flash MX: Creating Dynamic Applications is sure to be sound advice for any professional programmer who uses Flash or advanced Flash developer.