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  • Project-Oriented Actionscript Book

    Does anyone know of a good project-oriented Actionscript book? Something that tells you how to make common projects (slideshow or puzzle for example) with Actionscript. If you're familiar with CSS Anthology from Sitepoint, I'm looking for something like that except with Actionscript. I'd prefer a book, not web tutorials.

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    look at the actionscript cookbooks from O'reilly books. It does have blocks of code for examples - some a little more sophisticated than just a puzzle. One has how to manuver a hot air balloon around in a game like environment.



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      Thanks for the suggestion, Drazan. I'll check it out.


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