Building Database-Driven Flash Applications by Noel Jerke

By Noel Jerke

Building Database pushed Flash Applications demonstrates how the functions of Flash programming may be mixed with internet back-end databases at once, with out an intermediate layer of programming. suggestions for using Flash presentation functions with the facility of back-end databases are coated in step by step aspect. suggestions and whole out-of-the-box suggestions which are able to be applied instantly are presented.

  • Provides whole program options, out-of-the-box, which are prepared to be used through the reader
  • Examples on a number of expertise structures, together with ASP, ASP .NET, SQL Server, and entry

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It is not really that difficult once you get your mind wrapped around it. It just takes a little bit to get all the nuances of Flash targeting digested. Duplicating MovieClips In the application design in this book, it will be necessary to create a MovieClip that formats and holds data, such as a day on a calendar, and then duplicate that MovieClip and move it to a new location, such as the next day on the calendar. To do this, you use the duplicateMovieClip method. Usage The following shows the syntax for duplicateMovieClip: duplicateMovieClip(target, newname, depth) Parameters The following are the parameters: • target: The target path ofthe MovieClip to duplicate.

The top-level MovieClip is the main Timeline and is referred to as _root. Inside of the _root clip is a clip named clipOne. Inside of clipOne is another clip named clipTwo. Inside of clipTwo is a variable named variableOne. The figure shows the full path (or target) for each level. cl ipOne ... variableOne clipTwo variableOne Figure 1-10. Targeting hierarchy example Now, what if you were writing code inside the clipTwo clip and wanted to target the root clip to get the value of a variable stored there?

SortOn: Sorts an array based on a field in the array • Array. splice: Adds and/ or removes elements from an array • Array. toString: Returns a string value representing the elements in the Array object • Array. join(" + ")); Using the Date/Time Object You use the Date object to retrieve date and time values either from the client machine or from universal date/time (formerly Greenwich Mean Time. or GMT). Many times we will pass a date from the server to our application and use the Date object to process that date into whatever format we need.

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