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Foundation ActionScript 3, Second Edition by Paul Milbourne, Darren Richardson

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CHAPTER 14

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Flex by Example

In this chapter, you’re going to put into practice all that you’ve learned about Flex in the previous chapter and ActionScript 3.0 throughout this book. Here, you’ll develop the simple RSS reader application you built in Chapter 13 as a full-featured feed reader application. You’ll see that although the Flex framework and the MXML markup language are extraordinary and powerful tools on their own, you need to add ActionScript to create truly robust, complex applications.

This chapter demonstrates the following:

  • How to conceptualize and plan a Flex project
  • How to create a new Flex project in Flash Builder
  • How to import ...

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