283 readersA new tutorial at flashandmath.com in the Advanced Section. We build an applet in which the user can enter parametric equations for a curve in the xyz-space. The applet then plots the curve and displays the velocity and the acceleration vectors as the user traces the curve. We use our custom MathParser class to parse input by the
1841 readersToday I was working on a Flex application which uses a lot of Remoting calls to a bunch of ColdFusion CFC methods. I wondered what the most efficient way of securing these methods would be since they are effectively wide open to the world as they all (have to) specify access="remote". This means that anyone
3832 readersWe present a custom InterpolateColorTransform class and interesting color and image effects accomplished using the methods of the class. The methods provide several ways to smoothly transition between two
12934 readersIt’s rare, but it happens. Sometimes you absolutely need to extend a class, and that class does not already extend EventDispatcher. At the same time, you absolutely need your class to be an EventDispatcher. Because ActionScript 3 does not allow multiple inheritance, how do you reconcile this? In other situations, perhaps you would
779 readersWe use our custom AS3 classes to build an applet which combines a contour diagram plotter and a 3D function grapher. The user can input formulas for functions and variables' ranges. The applet uses our custom classes,
5139 readersAdobe Flex is a framework designed to create RIA applications with the Flash Platform for its ease and that is becoming very popular in recent years. There is class called ObjectUtil , a static class with a series of methods to assist and expedite the development of their applications. I'll show some examples of methods
1410 readersIn this tutorial we start to work with REST and Flex, are you asking what is and why use REST? So here we are, REST is acronym for REpresentational State Transfer and it helps you to provide services to comunicate...
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