In this discussion, I will focus on the basics of Flex, a web development framework based on Flash. The first section will be about the whys and wherefores of Flex. The second section will cover the steps involving the development of a Flex-based application. In the third and fourth sections, a real world application using Flex will be developed.
The DataGridColumn has two main attributes. The headerText provides the header of the column and dataField provides the data for the column.
That completes the application. When compiling it, the application will be converted to a flash file and embedded in an HTML file. When loading the HTML file, you will be able to see the RSS feeds from http://apmuses.blogspot.com/feeds/posts/default in a tabular format.
That brings us to the end of this section as well as this discussion. This discussion has just shown you the tip of the iceberg regarding Flex. In a future discussion, each of the components and controls will be explained in detail. Till thenů
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