This is the first in a three-article series on KapInspect.
KapInspect is a free debugging and introspection tool that will help Flex and AS3 developers to inspect their applications at runtime. Its main features are:
KapInspect is freely provided by Kap IT, a French company specialized and committed to Flex development since 2005. KapInspect is freely available for download on KapLab (after registration), as well as other great components for Data Visualization (see the end of this article for a short description of them). KapInspect and other KapLab components may also be found on the new Flex3 Component explorer, known as TourDeFlex provided by Adobe.
KapInspect is packaged in two different and complementary ways:
In our next post, we will drill down into KapInspect features and capabilities.
KapLab is the result of a deliberate effort to develop innovative components for Flex, as we are committed to playing a role in the Flex community.
We provide great components for free, as shown below:
Please feel free to try and use them.
All components that we provide are 100% free, and may be used in any product that you develop with them (they cannot be resold as components though). We publish new versions very often. You are welcome to leave comments and encouraged to submit bugs or feature requests through our integrated JIRA database. Each component has a user guide, an integration guide, ASDoc, and live demonstration.
You will have to register first on KapLab to be able to download any component, or to post comments or bugs.
As Cyril Daloz, CEO says: “Kap Lab exists because in innovation we trust. Enjoy our products and help us to give you the best.“