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For every section in the book, it is broken into chapters and then into smaller points that focus on specific areas. This keeps the text very focussed and with the extremely visual presentation, as you would expect from JUXT interactive, the content is easy to follow. All examples have plenty of bites of code and example illustrations to help guide the reader.

Interspersed between chapters are short interviews of people that have inspired Juxt Interactive's work. Personages featured include; Joshua Davis, Glenn Thomas, Fred Sharples and seven other Flash luminaries. Giving some great insights into the leading lights of the Flash community.

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Added: 2001-12-14
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