The other names of the Book of Acts are: The Acts of the Apostles or The Acts of the Holy Spirit.
Acts was written in Greek by Luke, a physician by profession and a close companion of the Apostle Paul.
Acts covers the history of the early Church from A.D. 30 to AD 63. He wrote Acts around AD 60-63 as a sequel to The Gospel of Luke.
Proofs of Jesus’ Resurrection (Acts 1:1-3)
Promise of the Spirit (Acts 1:4-5)