Migrating from ActionScript 2.0 to ActionScript 3.0
Since it’s release with Flash MX 2004, ActionScript 2.0 had a great impact among both developer and designer community. Many of us still code with it nowadays because it’s easy, you get use to it or maybe we don’t want to jump up to his newer release ActionScript 3.0.
But for those who want to migrate from ActionScript 2.0 to ActionScript 3.0 Mike Chambers has a quick migration cookbook that definitely will help you in your attempt to learn ActionScript 3.0. It’s beta and has great useful examples both ActionScript 2.0 and 3.0.
You can download it from Adobe Developer Center.
The ActionScript 3 migration cookbook beta provides a quick introduction to migrating to ActionScript 3 from ActionScript 2. It is targeted at designers and developers who have some experience scripting content within Adobe Flash CS4 Professional. It does not require an understanding of object-oriented programming.