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Amazon has updated its Kindle book list with some cool Flash books
By: Rafiq Elmansy
Jun. 14, 2009 10:30 AM
If you still cannot adopt reading books from your computer screen, or do not like to waste your laptop battery charge for just reading a book, then I think Amazon Kindle is the best solution for you. I myself still can't give up reading from paper books as it is much comfortable for eyes.
Amazon has updated its Kindle book list with some cool Flash books that you already read on paper before you you did not. here, I collected some of the Adobe Flash Kindle version books that may be useful to test Kindle in reading some Flash books
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Users new to the software as well as veteran users unfamiliar with added features need quick access to key features and fundamental techniques. Adobe Flash CS4 Professional: 100 Essential Techniques provides users with what they need to know to start working in Flash. Each technique is presented in a self-contained unit of one or two pages so users can dive in and start working right away, unencumbered by lengthy descriptions or technical detail. For example, if readers want to know how to use Flash’s QuickTime export feature, they can turn directly to that page, quickly grasp the technique, as well as pick up a few tips along the way.
For any professional designer or developer working in the world of web technologies or multimedia, Flash is the must-have application, and knowing how to use it effectively is vital. Add in ActionScript 3.0, and Flash becomes an even more powerful tool for the development of high-performance web applications.
The Essential Guide to Flash CS4 with ActionScript introduces and explores the possibilities available to you through using Flash CS4. You will learn the aspects basics of Flash’s working environment and, using a step-by-step approach, work through the features of Flash and ActionScript needed to quickly achieve results. From navigating the interface to using graphic tools to write scripts and troubleshoot, you’ll master all of the of deploying highly interactive applications with rich audio, video, and animation. Read more.
A completely revised and updated edition of the all-time bestselling Flash title
Whether you are an experienced Flash designer or developer looking for a guide to doing animation in Flash, or a novice to Flash who is looking for an effective way to create and distribute animations, this book will prove invaluable to you. Covering every aspect of Flash animation, the book is a fast-paced yet thorough review of the Flash animation process. Written by the Emmy-Award winning team at ANIMAX, this book not only reveals the step-by-step process followed by one of today’s leading Flash animation studios, it gives you valuable tips and tricks to take your Flash animation to the next level. Read more.
Unlock the power of Flash and bring gorgeous animations to life onscreen. Flash CS4: The Missing Manual includes a complete primer on animation, a guided tour of the program’s tools and capabilities, lots of new illustrations, and more details on working with video. Beginners will learn to use the software in no time, and experienced Flash designers will improve their skills.
What you need, when you need it!
Need answers quickly? Adobe Flash CS4 Professional on Demand provides those answers in a visual step-by-step format. We will show you exactly what to do through lots of full color illustrations and easy-to-follow instructions.
We all know what a great tool Flash is for creating dynamic, engaging web content, and Adobe’s latest CS4 release just makes it even better. Among the great new features is the ability to take all the power of Flash for the Web and put in on the desktop using AIR. AIR capability is built right into the Flash CS4 IDE, which means you can start writing desktop applications right away. Read more.
This book is different from the rest because it shows you, step by step, how to work from the problem to the solution when creating Flash animations, from the viewpoint of an animator who has been commissioned to create a job and is working to a deadline.
It is task orientated; every example shows real life commercial work. So, it’s not so much a case of ‘what does this filter/tool/option do?’, as ‘this is the task I’ve been set - how do I achieve it?’ The solution may involve a variety of tools and techniques; it may take many steps to complete, or only a few. The free CD-Rom includes all the files you need to put your skills into practice as you read, and much more! Read more.
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