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Adobe Flex Tutorial in Simple and Easy Steps
Adobe Flex Tutorial in Simple and Easy Steps
a powerful, open source application framework that allows you to easily build mobile applications for iOS, Android, and BlackBerry Tablet OS devices.
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Remove action bar in Flex mobile application
Remove action bar in Flex mobile application
The ActionBar control can be removed or disbled from Flex 4.5 mobile application by viewNavigator.hideActionBar() to hide or remove the ActionBar control from all the views controlled by the ViewNavigator.
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Add icons to tabs on flex mobile
Add icons to tabs on flex mobile
On creating Flex mobile application using TabbedViewNavigatorApplication container with multiple ViewNavigator. The TabbedViewNavigatorApplication it self creates tabbed navigation component at the bottom to navigate with in the multiple ViewNavigator section.
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Flex Radar Chart Cookbook
Flex Radar Chart Cookbook
I will be going over how we can make a custom Radar/Spider/Kiviat Chart for use within Flex applications since it is not included in the Flex charting components out of the box. We'll be seeing a couple of rather out of the ordinary things here: drawing graphics and using trigonometric functions to determine layout.
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Creating a Radar/Spider Chart In Flex
Creating a Radar/Spider Chart In Flex
In this tutorial, I will be going over how to make a custom Radar/Spider/Kiviat Chart for use within Flex applications since it is not included in the Flex charting components out of the box. We'll be seeing a couple of rather out of the ordinary things here: drawing graphics and using trigonometric functions to determine layout.
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Animating and Filtering Flex chart data
Animating and Filtering Flex chart data
Knowledge of creating custom MXML component is must before starting this tutorial. Chart filtering will be useful when creating dashboard application, where user can display selected data as Charts.
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Control a Flex Video Application Using Mouse Gestures
Control a Flex Video Application Using Mouse Gestures
Almost all PC user interfaces are designed around the notion of moving a cursor and clicking on objects. Buttons, menus, combo boxes, lists and every other standard UI control work in this way. The mouse is used to position the cursor, and the position of the cursor is used to perform an action.
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Native Drag and Drop in Adobe Air with example
Native Drag and Drop in Adobe Air with example
In this tutorial I will teach you how to create a simple adobe air application with native drag and drop support using a file system manager as example, that can copy/move files dragged to/from the OS desktop.
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Integrate Adobe Flex and JBOSS using BlazeDS – Part II
Integrate Adobe Flex and JBOSS using BlazeDS – Part II
In the first part of this tutorial I showed you an example on how to integrate flex with JBOSS using BlazeDS. In this example we used RemoteObject in Actionscript to create a new instance of uk.co.spltech.remote.RemoteService and call the callMe() method remotely. The method returned a list of strings that we used to populate a datagrid. In the second part of this tutorial we will do something slightly more useful. This time we will be invoking an EJB 3.0 bean managed by the application server.
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Creating your first Adobe Air Application
Creating your first Adobe Air Application
In this tutorial I will teach you how to create your first application in Adobe Air.
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Develop Rich Internet Applications Easily Using Adobe Flex 3
Develop Rich Internet Applications Easily Using Adobe Flex 3
Through this book, developers will learn to work with Flex Framework. They will learn to build efficient and seamless data-rich interactive applications in Flex using a combination of MXML and ActionScript 3.0. It gives detailed information on various aspects of Flex 3 which includes communicating with JSP and processing data sent by the server.
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Data Driven Air Tutorial
Data Driven Air Tutorial
Adobe AIR provides a complete SQLite database engine, but no high level API to manage data out of the box. Enter ActiveRecord.js - a Javascript library that brings Rails’ ActiveRecord-style data interfaces to your AIR applications. No more writing SQL queries, worrying about database connections or dealing with persistence - building serious database applications in AIR is a cinch with ActiveRecord.js. In this tutorial, we’re going to build a simple client management system with AIR
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Building an Adobe Air Application with Flex
Building an Adobe Air Application with Flex
Building an Adobe Air Application with Flex on Nettuts.com
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Beginners Adobe AIR Tutorial - Part 2
Beginners Adobe AIR Tutorial - Part 2
Adobe AIR provides developers with a rich set of tools to build applications with web technologies. Alongside HTML, CSS and Javascript, AIR applications can use native menus, system tray / dock icons, drag and drop of files and other media, clipboard manipulations, and even file system APIs. In this tutorial, we’ll look at some of the many APIs that Adobe AIR provides including JQuery
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Implement a Facebook photo album using the Flex SDK
Implement a Facebook photo album using the Flex SDK
In this tutorial, develop a Facebook application in Adobe Flex that displays a slideshow of a user's Facebook photo albums. The Facebook application will contain a profile box listing all of the user's photo albums, each a link to a Flex slideshow of that album. The Flex application will use the Facebook REST API to fetch the photos of the selected Facebook album and dynamically generate the slideshow.
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