[quote=ajcates;2340511]I use like a very basic oop way of handling even the smallest of things, I write out functions to handle alot of stuff, have like a main function. So its like I only use one class, except I don’t put it in the document class rather on the frame because I like the way I don’t have to type out public or private before my functions and variables.
For a web site project like digitalmatt was talking about, I would use Anogar method, but you can have like animation classes and other things to go along with his method it’s just an outline.[/quote]
That’s sort of the way I program. For a task I know I’ll repeat over and over, I write flexible functions I can easily call and maybe pass some arguments to – though that’s probably considered programming 101.
To me, though code can be more manageable written in custom classes, it seems like there’s a time and place for it. But, since I’ve been practicing with AS3’s document class, it makes so much more sense to write custom classes. At the same time, however, I feel I’m writing a whole lot more code to simple things that can be achieved with basic functions sitting in a frame on the main timeline.
Am I making sense?