17776 readersWe’re winding up development of Flex 4.0 and the Spark components. As most of you know, we didn’t have time to make Spark equivalents of the MX components. One missing components is Tree. The MX Tree is based on a List and has a custom dataProvider that flattens the hierarchical data and uses custom renderers
4368 readersFlex 4.5 was recently released, and one of the big pushes for that is mobile support. When building mobile components, we want to build ActionScript Skins for them instead of MXML skins, as we did with Flex 4 and Flex 4.1. This is a bit of a change for...
3255 readersFollowing example show how use Tree openItems and E4x to open only a part of Tree content. <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <!--created:Oct 29, 2010 file:TreeDemo3.mxml... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
5687 readersFollowing example demo Tree Maintenance ,use E4x and parent() and children() to find child of Tree. <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <!--created:Nov 3, 2010 file:TreeDemo6.mxml... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
1932 readersMoving your Flex Components from MXML to ActionScript 3 I often hear it said that all the cool kids write their Flex components using ActionScript without MXML. I’m not sure that I agree. MXML is great for layout purposes. It...
2456 readersMoving your Flex Components from MXML to ActionScript 3 I often hear it said that all the cool kids write their Flex components using ActionScript without MXML. I’m not sure that I agree. MXML is great for layout purposes. It...
2554 readersWhile digging around looking for some info on Keith Peters Minimal Comps I stumbled across a great post by Ryan Campbell on creating pure Actionscript projects using MXML. Actionscript projects using MXML??? yes that's right. Using MXML markup you can create classes without all the Flex overhead. This means you get the benefit of clean
4509 readersSince Spark has separated layouts from components, now we have greater control of how final application will look like. Basic Flex 4 layouts are BasicLayout, HorizontalLayout, VerticalLayout and TileLayout. However, one even more important feature is that you can create your own custom layouts by extendending LayoutBase class inside spark.layouts library or any of its
6466 readersLine Break Author: Arjan (32 Articles) - Author Website Arjan is a SAP Consultant specialized in ABAP and Front End development techniques like Web Dynpro, Adobe Interactive Forms, Flex and AIR. In his free time he likes to create examples for Flex-Blog and other applications using Flex, AIR and PHP. Other hobbies are movies and
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