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Flex 4 in Action: Revised Edition of Flex 3 in Action by Tariq Ahmed and Dan Orlando, with John C. Bland II and Joel Hooks

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Chapter 20. Customizing the experience

This chapter covers

  • User experience design
  • The VIBE Model
  • Themes and skins
  • CSS in Flex 4
  • Best practices
  • Extensibility

So far, you’ve learned how to work with the built-in Flex components. You’ve learned about data binding, transferring data to and from different types of servers, and how to build your own custom components. In the last chapter, you even learned how to use architectural frameworks to make your applications scalable.

Genuine consideration for the audience for which an application is being developed is a consistent trait with highly respected programmers and application architects. In recent years, this has led to more widespread acceptance of user experience design (UXD or UED). In this ...

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