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Flex Solutions: Essential Techniques for Flex 2 and 3 Developers [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Marco Casario
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6. April 2011 1590598768 978-1590598764 1st Corrected ed. 2007. Corr. 3rd printing 2007

This book is for any Flex developer who is comfortable with the basics and wants to take their knowledge to the next level. It provides a library of over 100 solutions to common problems. Each solution takes you through the workings of the example step-by-step and then presents some expert's tips, which will take your understanding further and give you unique insights into Flex development. Coverage includes Flex 2 components, charting, working with remote data, data validation, displaying data with list based controls, controlling the look and feel of applications, application security, and working with dynamic data sources.

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  • Taschenbuch: 904 Seiten
  • Verlag: Apress; Auflage: 1st Corrected ed. 2007. Corr. 3rd printing 2007 (6. April 2011)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1590598768
  • ISBN-13: 978-1590598764
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 4,5 x 18,9 x 22,5 cm
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Flex 2 is a very hot new technology from Adobe for creating Rich Internet Applications, which many web developers are embracing. There are a couple of beginner's books out there, but this book is different it aims to follow on from those books, providing already experienced Flex 2 developers with over 100 real world solutions to common development problems they are likely to come across in their day to day work. It is written by Flex expert Marco Casario, and will be one of the first higher level Flex books available.

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Marco Casario�is one of the most dynamic developers and consultants in the Adobe world. He has been passionate about informatics since he was little more than a child, and used to program games in Basic for Commodore 64 before dedicating himself, while still very young, to innovative projects for the web using Flash and Director (as far back as versions 3 and 5). In 2001, he began to collaborate with Macromedia Italia. Since that year, he has produced and headed a long series of presentations, conferences and articles, which you can find listed in detail in his blog, RIAvolutionize the Web (Casario.blogs.com), which is receiving several thousands of unique visitors every day. In 2005, Marco founded Comtaste (Comtaste.com), a company dedicated to exploring new frontiers in rich Internet applications and the convergence between the web and the world of mobile devices; MobyMobile (MobyMobile.com) and YouThru (YouThru.com) are representative of their work.�Marco is the is founder of the biggest worldwide Flash Lite User Group (groups.yahoo.com/group/FlashLite) and of AugItaly.com, a reference point for the Italian community of Adobe users, for which he carries out the role of channel manager for the section dedicated to Flex (AugItaly.com/FlexGala.) Marco is busy working on the development (in Flex) of a very ambitious project concerning bank counters at European level, and in various consulting and Flex and Flash Media Server training activities for the realisation of rich Internet applications on behalf of buyers of the calibre of Capgemini, IBM partners, and Adobe Systems Software Ireland, Ltd.

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1.0 von 5 Sternen Features ActionScript 3.0 code ready to debug! 7. Januar 2009
Leider ist dieses Buch voller Fehler. Das Arbeiten anhand der Quellcodes ist äusserst Beschwerlich da auch diese voller Fehler sind. Zu den kleineren Übeln gehören sich ändernde Varibalenbezeichner (mal "all", zwei Zeilen drunter "allRegions"). Der Hammer sind aber z.Bsp. *komplett* überflüssige Methoden, die in der Anwendung niemals aufgerufen werden, die dann aber zur Erklärung der Problemstellung herangezogen werden. Bizarrer Weise funktioniert das Beispiel dann aber doch, weil die Funktionalität an anderer Stelle korrekt eingebunden wurde. LOL. Ich bin gerade mal auf Seite 23 und habe bisher sieben solcher Fehler gefunden, womit meine Geduld auch schon zu Ende wäre.

Vorne auf dem Umschlag steht: "Features ActionScript 3.0 code ready to use in your own projects."
Korrekt müßte es heißen:"Features ActionScript 3.0 code full of errors ready to use in your own projects after YOU debugged it."

Vielleicht ist das ja der didaktische Ansatz? Learning by debugging?
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Starts Off Well - But Too Many Errors and No Corrections 29. März 2008
Von Bruce Phillips - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I was really enjoying the first few chapters of this book. The code examples and explanations were done well. But after continuing through chapters 4 through 10, I came across several significant errors in the code examples.

I went to the book's website several times over the past 2 months to try to find an errata published and an updated code download. I even emailed the book's author several times with corrections and requesting that errata be published and a new code download made available.

Even though this book was published in November 2007, as of the end of March 2008, there still is no errata available or updated code download.

Now that Flex 3 is out, I would recommend purchasing one of the new Flex 3 books and skipping this one.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Lame... 4. März 2008
Von Tek - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
I have to say that at first glance, this book seemed like it would be a good intro to Flex (for those with prior exposure to programming).

This was a really fast read because so much of the content was redundant. A huge chunk of this book is dedicated to binding data to controls. And unfortunately, there are a LOT of errors that only lead to confusion. I'm convinced it was rushed simply to be printed as one of the first V3 books on the shelf.

It would have been great to learn more about practical design issues. For instance, encapsulation techniques specific to Flex. However, the few examples that touch on the subject are totally wrong and completely miss the point of loose coupling.

If you buy this book, buy it for the "solutions" it includes. But don't expect to get much more.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Errors, source code is unavailable 5. März 2008
Von C. Simons - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
I really want to like this book. The examples are useful but are full of errors and mis-named variables galore.

I was tempted to write a positive review until I found that the two Web sites noted in the Introduction as the place to download the source code referenced in the book (every example references the source code examples) are no longer operational. The sites simply no longer exist. How poor.

I do not recommend this book.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Bugs and bad practices 24. September 2008
Von Douglas W. Bieber - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
This book mostly takes the reader through lab exercises, creating code in MXML and ActionScript. I have two issues with this book. (1) the sample code is riddled with bugs, typos, etc. You can get the "working" code from the website but cross-checking the book code is tedious. (2) many of the examples didn't exactly exhibit best practices. As a Java/JEE developer I'm not sure I would structure MXML/ActionScript in the way that the author did. Implementing best-practices can also lead to best-understanding.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent resource for practical real examples 10. März 2008
Von Niqui J2EE - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
This is the perfect resource to have on your desktop while developing. When I bought it I was searching for a book different from the Flex Documentation released by Adobe. In fact I bought other Flex books that seemed like a copy (or something like that) of the Adobe Flex Livedocs.

The book (almost 1000 pages of Flex code) covers subjects of interest for developers with any level of Flex expertise. Within each chapter (14 in total), several problems are tackled and a lot of pages are devoted to each problem, with this format: the problem, what's involved, How to build it, and Expert tips.
The book has been updated to cover some of the new Flex 3 features such as the AdvancedDataGrid, the new charting components features and AIR development.

This could also be a book you'd use to learn Flex from scratch, but you'll better appreciate it if you'll use it on a regular basis as you continue to expand your Flex knowledge.
A great time saver and required resource for Flex develoeprs.
Highly recommended.
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