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Flex Programming Tips of the Week 0806B

Posted by Charles | June 17, 2008 .

Flex Framework Source in the Debugger – Java developers had been enjoying the Java SDK level of debugging for a long time. This step by step instruction tells how to do the same type of core source debugging with Flex SDK source. The more you do Flex, the better chance you will need this.

Drawing in Flex with UIComponent – This is the part 2 of the mini series. There are full of creative developers in the Flex camp. That means there is a good chance you want to draw on an UIComponent sometimes to relish your artistic spirit on a RIA application. This tutorial gives you an example.

CalculatedMeasures in Flex OLAP – OLAP is very much an enterprise term; that’s why it caught my attention. The source is provided too to let you learn how the author did it.

Create a 3D Product Viewer in Flex 3 – Told you Flex is the garden for creative people. This tutorial takes you to the 3D world with Flex. It’s not for daily Flex application but knowing how far Flex can go will certainly boost you confidence as a flex developer.

Skinning Flex, Degrafa and Masks – You have to know a bit of Degrafa before jumping to this one. Skinning Flex is something can make your app stands out. Worth learning it.

Google SocialGraph Explorer in Flex – If you are ever wondering how Flex can be more web 2.0 and beyond, then this is an excellent example. You can’t be more Web 2.0 than dealing with social graph these days! I just love this one even though it’s simple and plain. It touches some really hot buttons, social graph, Google SocialGraph API, micro formats, which are all leading to Google claimed web 3.0, the semantic web. Also, it’s a nice combined usage of CoreLib for JSON parsing, SpringGraph for the visualization, and Cairngorm for the MVC framework. Source included so it’s a good learning piece.

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