Mobile Macromedia Flash MX with Flash Remoting and Flash Communication Server

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  • Copyright: 2003-01-24
  • Publisher: MCG (Manual)
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Create Flash MX apps that run on PCs, Macs, mobile phones, PDAs, well, everything! This is the ultimate guide to building mobile Macromedia Flash MX applications for multiple platforms and devices.

Author Biography

Alan Yeung is the Co-Founder, President, and CEO of Where2Net, a provider of multi-channel software development tools and web applications. Dr. Yeung regularly speaks about wireless technologies and innovations at conference and seminars and is a guest lecturer at San Jose State University, where he teaches courses on Wireless Computing. Dr. Yeung received his MBA from University of California at Berkeley, his Ph.D. and MSChE from Stanford University, and a BSChE degree from University of Wisconsin.

Nicholas Pang is the Co-Founder of Where2Net, as well as the Chief Knowledge Officer (CKO). As CKO, Nicholas has been instrumental in building Where2Net's software tools and applications, creating its intellectual property suite, and driving service development around Oracle and Macromedia technologies. Nicholas is a recognized mobile technology expert and has in-depth experience in client and server-side programming for mobile devices. Mr. Pang holds an MSEE degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a BSEE degree from Arizona State University.

Table of Contents

Part I: Mobile Application Development and Macromedia Flash® MX

1: Working in the Mobile Environment

2: Macromedia Flash MX for Mobile Devices

3: Essentials of Dynamic Flash Development

Part II: Building Skills for Multichannel Mobile Applications

4: Designing Mobile User Interfaces

5: Integrating Animation and Multimedia

6: Server-Side Flash

7: Using Flash Remoting

8: Using ColdFusion MX for Mobile Flash

9: Tackling Mobile Architecture and Platform Issues

10: Planning and Implementing for Compatibility

11: Flash Communication Server

Part III: Creating Flash MX Mobile Applications

12: Mobile and Multichannel Ad Promotions

13: The MP3 Flash Audio Player

14: Multimedia Communication, Broadcast, and Surveillance

Part IV: Appendixes

Appendix A: Glossary

Appendix B: ActionScript Quick Reference

Appendix C: Tutorial: Relational Databases and SQL

Appendix D: Online Resources

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