XML in Flash

Author: Craig Swann, Gregg Caines
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ISBN: 067232315X
Publisher: SAMS (18 December, 2001)
Edition: Paperback
Sales Rank: 91,562
Average Customer Rating: 4.2 out of 5

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Rating: 4 out of 5
Slick and detailed
If you are new to coding, and want to learn about the XML objects in Flash, and how they interact with PHP, ASP and Java, this book will more than get you started. Very well commented source code also.


Rating: 3 out of 5
No support
To be fair, I am giving them 3 stars. I purchased this book months ago to get me started with XML in Flash. I have not read the whole book, and gave up rather easily. I am not saying the book is bad, I just wanted to say that if you tell your readers the web site will be an "invaluble resource for learning the ins and outs of using XML in Flash" you might want to offer more than just the source code.

"[URL]will also have message boards and Frequently Asked Questions so you can find quick answers to any questions that need answering."

Please go to the website and look for yourself.

[URL]

The page was last modified 3/25/2002 and here it is months later.


Rating: 4 out of 5
Excellent Book, but full of Errors
This book is a MUST HAVE if you plan on working with XML within Flash. The book covers all the details of working with ActionScript and XML. I started out with little knowledge of ActionScript and working with the ActionScript associated with Flash's XML objects and methods. The authors explain almost every thing so clearly, that you understand not only how to work with the XML objects and methods, but how to work with ActionScript. I've found that there are quite a few errors that cause things not to work, which kind of bugged. But with my new knowledge was able to correct the bugs. .... I gave it 4 stars because it was enjoyable learning, easy to understand and I was able to do what I wanted...Learn XML in Flash, I would have given it a +5 if the errors wouldn't have been there.

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