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Flash Builder @ Work : Your First Information-Rich Application.

By: Rocchi, Cesare.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Burlington : Taylor and Francis, 2012Copyright date: ©2011Description: 1 online resource (64 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780240816678.Subject(s): Application software -- Development | Flash (Computer file) | Information visualization | Web site development -- Computer programsAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Flash Builder @ Work : Your First Information-Rich ApplicationDDC classification: 004.678 LOC classification: TR897.7 -- .R63 2011Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- FLASH BUILDER @ WORK: YOUR FIRST INFORMATION-RICH APPLICATION -- Copyright -- CONTENTS -- The Flex Framework -- Flash Builder -- Creating an Empty Application -- How to Run/Debug -- Using the Design View -- The Application Tag -- Namespace -- Visual Components -- Sizing Components -- Including Scripting -- Actionscript 3 -- Classes -- Object-Oriented Support in Flash Builder -- Binding -- Very First Piece of GUI in Flash Builder -- Loading Data from Remote Locations -- Importing a Service -- Building a Data Model -- Refining the Application -- Conclusion.
Summary: Build your first Flex application! Discover MXML as a great markup language to quickly create a working app. Get acquainted with the Flash Builder IDE, then get your hands dirty with some Flex basics, a few components and some data service features in Flash Builder to build an application that will load and display data from RSS.Your First Information-Rich Application is the first of five articles that will be compiled in the book, Data Visualization with Flash Builder: Designing RIA and AIR Applications with Remote Data Sources. Each full-color article illustrates specific aspects of Flash Builder data visualization with techniques to employ them. The book, Data Visualization with Flash Builder, features exclusive material in the form of a related real-world tutorial project to go alongside each article. This article is equivalent to 55 print pages.
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Cover -- FLASH BUILDER @ WORK: YOUR FIRST INFORMATION-RICH APPLICATION -- Copyright -- CONTENTS -- The Flex Framework -- Flash Builder -- Creating an Empty Application -- How to Run/Debug -- Using the Design View -- The Application Tag -- Namespace -- Visual Components -- Sizing Components -- Including Scripting -- Actionscript 3 -- Classes -- Object-Oriented Support in Flash Builder -- Binding -- Very First Piece of GUI in Flash Builder -- Loading Data from Remote Locations -- Importing a Service -- Building a Data Model -- Refining the Application -- Conclusion.

Build your first Flex application! Discover MXML as a great markup language to quickly create a working app. Get acquainted with the Flash Builder IDE, then get your hands dirty with some Flex basics, a few components and some data service features in Flash Builder to build an application that will load and display data from RSS.Your First Information-Rich Application is the first of five articles that will be compiled in the book, Data Visualization with Flash Builder: Designing RIA and AIR Applications with Remote Data Sources. Each full-color article illustrates specific aspects of Flash Builder data visualization with techniques to employ them. The book, Data Visualization with Flash Builder, features exclusive material in the form of a related real-world tutorial project to go alongside each article. This article is equivalent to 55 print pages.

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Cesare Rocchi is a designer and developer specializing in web and mobile applications. Winner of the 2009 Adobe RIA Application contest for students, he runs Studio Magnolia (www.studiomagnolia.com), an interactive studio that designs and developments compelling web and mobile applications. Cesare also provides corporate training for clients that want to adopt Flex/AIR technologies. Recently, his focus has been on the design and development of mobile applications for iPhone, iPad, and Android.

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