* The only book completely devoted to this exciting new technology that enables Flash to utilize resources on the server side
• Flash Remoting MX allows developers to turn Macromedia Flash movies into serious Web applications like message boards, e-commerce applications, and e-mail clients
• Packed with hands-on instructions and fully-functioning Flash Remoting MX applications to help readers build their own applications quickly and easily
• Written by an expert Flash developer whose clients include Warner Brothers, Sony, and Disney
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About the Author
JOEY LOTT is a consultant, ActionScript instructor, and expert Flash developer whose client list includes such giants as Warner Bros., Sony, and Disney. An author-ity on ColdFusion, Java, and ASP development, he has taught for Lynda.com, DigitalSunrise, DHIMA, and Hollywood’s Movieola Education. He is also the coauthor of Macromedia Flash MX ActionScript Bible.
Table of Contents
Part I: Introducing Flash Remoting.
Chapter 1: Getting Started with Flash Remoting.
Chapter 2: ActionScript Fundamentals.
Chapter 3: Flash Remoting ActionScript Basics.
Chapter 4: Using Databases and Record Sets.
Chapter 5: Getting Started with Web Services.
Part II: Flash Remoting with ColdFusion.
Chapter 6: Understanding Flash Remoting for ColdFusion.
Chapter 7: ColdFusion Pages and Flash Remoting.
Chapter 8: Interacting with ColdFusion Components.
Chapter 9: Consuming ColdFusion Web Services.
Chapter 10: Working with Pageable Record Sets.
Chapter 11: Creating Server-Side ActionScript.
Part III: Flash Remoting with J2EE Application Servers.
Chapter 12: Understanding Flash Remoting with J2EE.
Chapter 13: Accessing Servlets and JSPs.
Chapter 14: Interacting with Java Classes and JavaBeans.
Chapter 15: Calling Enterprise JavaBeans from Flash.
Chapter 16: Working with JRun-Only Features.
Chapter 17: Using ASTranslator.
Part IV: Flash Remoting with .NET.
Chapter 18: Understanding Flash Remoting with .NET.
Chapter 19: Interacting with ASP.NET Pages.
Chapter 20: Using .NET Library Assemblies.
Chapter 21: Consuming .NET Web Services.
Part V: Building Remoting Applications.
Chapter 22: Developing Flash E-Commerce.
Chapter 23: Making a Messageboard.
Chapter 24: Creating an E-mail Clien.