Flash Game Development By Example: Tech Editor
For the last few months I’ve been the technical editor on a book written by Emanuele Feronato, Flash Game Development by Example. It seems like a great book for Flash newbies, but I would warn that the syntax may read a little “old-school”.
Do you think there’s a need for a haxe version of this?
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May 12th, 2011 at 12:07 am
+1 for the “old school”-ness
I read a sample chapter (here), some things are really not recommended: hard coding and inlining variables instead of using class variables, not using built-in objects (using the Rectangle class would have saved a lot of code in the chapter). some tricks belong to the super ninja optimizations category while other parts of the code could be optimized much further
I guess it’s a good start for beginners (the guy is good at explaining) but this “old school”-ness is a bit bothering to me
so if you could turn the examples into clean, maintainable code, a Haxe version would be really welcome
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