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Flex Loft

The Flex Loft is a place Flex coders can come to share ideas, ask questions and share tips about Flex, a powerful user interface programming environment. Join us and explore this rich tool.

Members: 13
Latest Activity: Aug 2, 2010

Flex is a programming environment that enables easy development of rich user interfaces. You get a lot of bang for buck with Flex. It's object oriented. Flex comes with its own SDK, but you can also use Eclipse if you're comfortable with it.

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Who Broke the Build?

Thanks to Aaron Houston of Adobe for sending this!Continue

Tags: build, cm, flex, adobe

Started by Michael Levin Mar 16, 2010.

Adobe Users Group of Greater Orlando 5 Replies

OK, reposting this to a more permanent home...If you're interested in Flex and live near Orlando, there's an Adobe Users Group here that meets the first Monday of each month at DeVry. The meetings…Continue

Tags: Orlando, group, users, flex, adobe

Started by Greg Groves. Last reply by Matthew Zimmer Oct 7, 2009.

Developing Rich Internet Applications (RIA’s) by combining Flex with Turbogears.

Fred Sells did this presentation for the OrlandoJUG. Here's the writeup and I'll attach the source code to this discussion so we can work through it. Stay tuned for the code!"Flex is a (mostly) open…Continue

Tags: Orlandojug, Fred Sells, turbogears, python, flex

Started by Michael Levin Feb 4, 2009.

Deploying a Flex app

I'm working my way through "First Steps in Flex", by Bruce Eckel and James Ward. So far, I'm on the "Item Renderers" chapter. Of course, at this point I am already thinking about how I'm going to…Continue

Tags: tutorial, flex, deployment, webservers, programming

Started by Michael Levin Feb 1, 2009.

First Steps in Flex

"First Steps in Flex", by Bruce Eckel and James Ward is an intro to Flex. The nice thing about this book is that you can be…Continue

Tags: webdev, tutorial, programming, eckel, books

Started by Michael Levin Feb 1, 2009.

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