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Developing Flex 4 Components: Using ActionScript 3.0 and MXML to Extend Flex and AIR Applications by Mike Jones

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12. The Flex Library Project

You are almost at the end of this journey into developing components for use in Flex and AIR applications. The final three chapters are more about workflow and distribution. However, this doesn’t make them any less important; it actually makes them the most important chapters in this entire book.

With that in mind, this chapter looks at how to package and distribute your components and looks at the Flex Library project and its underlying command-line compiler, compc.

Packaging Your Component

There comes a time in the component development cycle when you need to distribute your components to members of your development team or to the developer community at large. When this time comes, the most obvious way to distribute ...

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