Adobe Flex 2: Training from the Source by Jeff Tapper, Matt Boles, James Talbot, Ben Elmore, Michael

By Jeff Tapper, Matt Boles, James Talbot, Ben Elmore, Michael Labriola

A part of the Adobe education from the resource sequence, the legitimate curriculum from Adobe, built by means of skilled running shoes. utilizing project-based tutorials, this book/CD quantity is designed to coach the recommendations had to create refined, professional-level initiatives. each one e-book features a CD that comprises all of the documents utilized in the teachings, plus accomplished tasks for comparability. This name covers the hot improvement framework for wealthy web functions, Adobe Flex 2. through the ebook, the reader will construct a number of internet functions utilizing Flex Builder and incorporating MXML and ActionScript 3.0.

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8. Save the file and run it. The "My first Flex application" text appears in your browser. Finally, you get to see something appear in your new Flex application. com/2006/mxml" layout="vertical" styleName="plain"/> With the style set to plain, you get the look summarized in this table: Style Description backgroundImage None backgroundColor White 44 paddingTop 0 pixels paddingLeft 0 pixels paddingBottom 0 pixels paddingRight 0 pixels 45 horizontalAlign Left 9. Change the value of the text property from "My first Flex application" to "new text".

This VBox container will hold the details for a product. [View full size image] 12. Drag a Label control into the new VBox container. Set the ID of the Label control to be prodName and the text to be Milk. Drag a second Label control below the first one. 99 as the text. Because they are children of the VBox container, the product name will appear vertically above the price of the product. [View full size image] Tip If you open Outline view, you can see the hierarchy of your application. The root is the tag, which contains an ApplicationControlBar container and an HBox container as children.

View full size image] 14. Save the file and click Run. As this runs, you can clearly see the difference between elements in the ApplicationControlBar container and those in the body. 61 62 Working with Constraint-based Layouts Flex supports constraint-based layouts, which enable you to arrange elements of the user interface with the freedom and pixel-point accuracy of absolute positioning while being able to set constraints to stretch or move the components when the user resizes the window. This is a different way to control the size and position of components from the nested layout containers (like the VBox and HBox containers in the last exercise).

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