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Dynamic programming @ 360|Flex

The 360|Flex is still running and some wonderful sessions will start in a while but in the meanwhile here we are with the link to the slides of the “Dynamic programming with Flex” presentation. The slides are available here, instead if you want to take a look to the source code of the examples just

Google Maps JavaScript API and Flex-IFrame

Introduction Implementing Google Maps for Flex application proved to be more challenging than it looked at first. Requirement was to have Google Maps implementation as much as possible like maps.google.com. This ruled out Google Maps Flash API (http://code.google.com/apis/maps/documentation/flash/). It has no support for Street View (http://code.google.com/p/gmaps-api-issues/issues/detail?id=524) and look and feel is much different than of

Flex camp Italy

The Adobe User Group flex-developers.org invite you at Flex camp Milan, a free one day gathering with food, drinks, coding and time with the Flex and Apollo engineers covering everything you need to know about the upcoming release of Flex 3 and Adobe AIR. Milan 07th November 2008 – 10:00 AM For more information check


MyFlex.org is a new intersting set of tools for Flex. All  blue-chip software producers have at least one thing in common – a vibrant community of independent developers, some of which become vendors of  components or tools that greatly enrich the main product. MyFlex.org is built  for independent software vendors who are creating free or

Common desing patterns

There are tons of design patterns, the common patterns used in a Flex application are: - Singleton - Command - Mediator - MVC - Observer - Value Object The following links are useful resource and framework in order to start to implment in the right way the design patterns listed above: http://osflash.org/projects/arp http://www.serverbox.com/foundry http://www.adobe.com/devnet/flex/articles/blueprint_print.html http://www.model-glue.com/flex.cfm

Automation-ready sample application

The process of enabling a custom component to support the Flex automation framework is called instrumentation. If you extend an Adobe Flex component, such as the Button component, you are not required to do anything else to make that component testable. If you create a component that inherits from the UIComponent class however, you must