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12.2. Creating the Flex Project

A Flex Archive project included in the source files for this book contains the basic structure and files that you will need to complete this application. This archive is located in /Resources/code/ch12/FlexBlog.zip. Please use this archive, as it includes the database file that you will need for this application as well as several classes for accessing the database. (These classes will be described in more detail in Chapter 13.)

If you are unfamiliar with importing an existing project into Flex Builder, please do the following:

Open Flex Builder and, if necessary, switch to the workspace that you will be using for this project.

In the Flex Navigator panel, right-click (control + click on MAC) a white (blank) area and select Import from the context menu (see (Figure 12-1)).

Figure 12.1. Figure 12-1

You should now see a dialog like (Figure 12-2). Expand the Flex Builder folder, select Flex Project, and click Next.

Figure 12.2. Figure 12-2

You should now see a dialog box like (Figure 12-3). Click Browse and navigate to where you have saved the source files for this book.

Figure 12.3. Figure 12-3

Locate the /Resources/code/ch12/FlexBlog.zip file, ...

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