The corelib project (http://code.google.com/p/as3corelib/) is an ActionScript 3 Library that contains a number of classes and utilities for working with ActionScript 3. It seems useful for us developers. However, there are no articles or tutorials from the project home. I guess the usage of this library is too simple to provide tutorials, so I can find mere “not yet” from the resources page (http://code.google.com/p/as3corelib/wiki/Resources). But I think it’s better to show something for action script new comers, which are the origin of these serial of articles–It is why I decided to write some tutorials about as3corelib.(Maybe more and more open source libraries)
From this open source project, we do not only get stuff useful for our daily work, but also we may learn knowledge pertain to the development of custom library and learn some interesting coding tricks which are ignored by us in the past. Do you remember the “for in” and “for each in” difference mentioning in the “Dictionaryutil” article? Have you noticed that many of the smart methods are programmed with only few codes? I think that’s the art of programming. Here is the summary of the Package com.adobe.utils, include ArrayUtil, DirectoryUtil, DateUtil, IntUtil, NumberFormatter, StringUtil and XMLUtil classes.
The following is the list of tutorials which be published before.