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[19 Jan 2009 | No Comment | ]

In the previous tutorials we had populated our combo boxes with the use of XML by using the tag <mx:XMLList id=”statesXMLList”> in order to add data to our combo box. Also we had to identify that XML list also in the combo box itself like so:

( function() {
if (window.CHITIKA === undefined) {
window.CHITIKA = { ‘units’ : [] };
};
var unit = {
‘publisher’ …

Flex 3 Tutorials, My Tutorials, Tutorials, Writing »

[19 Jan 2009 | No Comment | ]

Well if you had read my first three tutorials on how to design a contact form, you learn some basics on MXML and of course design a contact form. Yeah I promise a part 4 to that series, that is why I renamed this one to Part Duex, since the form is completely different, and using a different way to populate my combo boxes with data. Although, I might have found something to get the php going for this, but I save that for another time.

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Flex 3 Tutorials, My Tutorials, Tutorials, Writing »

[19 Jan 2009 | No Comment | ]

Hopefully you have able to get a grasp on my first tutorials on how to design a flex form and then be able to stylize it with CSS. So now on to set up your form to validate and of course being able to reset your form as well., and before we get to the actual coding I break down the tags that will be used in this tutorial and what their roles are. Of course, since my newbieness really starts here I try my best to explain these tags.

Flex 3 Tutorials, My Tutorials, Tutorials, Writing »

[19 Jan 2009 | No Comment | ]

I hope that you learn a little bit of the Flex format with my first tutorial because that was the easy stuff until you get to the actual programming such as ActionScript and any other languages. Of course, I think this is by far the easiest part of designing forms or applications and that is using CSS. I will like to point out that CSS in Flex is a enigma and I will tell you why, because CSS in flex acts like regular CSS in html however it is very …

Flex 3 Tutorials, My Tutorials, Tutorials, Writing »

[19 Jan 2009 | No Comment | ]

Well this is my first tutorial on Adobe Flex 3 which is a great program if you’re interested in designing applications for the web 2.0 era. Adobe flex is the way to go as it combines several different programming languages in order to make the most out of this program. This includes HTML, CSS, XML, PHP/MySQL, XML, ActionScript, Ruby on Rails and ASP and this is all possible by the use of MXML or Magic eXtensible Markup Language because it is a user interface markup language.

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