0 Replies Latest reply on Jun 19, 2009 2:34 PM by travistidwell

    New Book: Flash with Drupal

    travistidwell

       

      For those who would like to learn how to build Flash applications for a Content Management System, I have just released a new book called Flash with Drupal.

       

      External Link:

      http://www.packtpub.com/build-flash-applications-with-drupal-6/book/mid/2805095rrgr6

      Brief description:

      Due to its power and expandability, Drupal ( http://www.drupal.org ) has become one of the most popular open source content management systems. At the same time, Flash has been adopted for its ability to create beautiful and dynamic web applications. By combining these technologies, you can create Flash applications that are both visually stunning and rich in content.

       

      Within this book, you will learn how to build Flash applications that show text from within Drupal and also present images, music, and video within a single Flash application. You will also be able to take advantage of the expandable fields and content filtering provided from the CCK and Views modules to add flexibility and power to your Flash applications. Finally, you will learn how to add your own custom functionality to Drupal and then utilize that from within your Flash applications leaving you with a world of possibilities.

       

      Who this book is written for...

      This book is written for developers who wish to build dynamic flash applications. Although we will be using Drupal for our Content Management System, the lessons learned within this book can easily be applied to other content management systems such as Joomla or WordPress. Because of this, you are not assumed to be familiar with Drupal. Any interaction with Drupal will be described in full detail so that anyone can follow along. As for Flash, it is not necessary to be familiar with how to use Flash since that too will be covered within this book. However, it is recommended that you have some modest understanding of ActionScript and PHP since there are many code examples within this book.

       

      Please contact me if you have any questions!

       

      Thanks,

       

      Travis Tidwell

      http://www.tmtdigital.com