In this post I’ll explain how you can develop a flex library that automatically initializes itself avoiding developers the hassle of remembering how, when and where the libraries need to be initialized and hooked into the application. This can be particularly helpful for debugging libraries like fxSpy, DeMonsterDebugger, KaptInspect, mrdoob, etc. and extremely useful to [...]
In this post I explain how you can catch unhandled exceptions or errors globally in a declarative mxml-based way using the [Mixin] flex-specific metadata tag.
Starting on FP 10.1 and AIR 2.0 you can capture unhandled exceptions or errors globally. Although you can use these new APIs you should always take care of the exceptions where [...]
In this post I introduce a new mechanism for Parsley to load part of a Context from a properties file. This way highly dynamic of changing properties can be managed externally from the properties file, avoiding the verbosity of an XML approach. As always, the source code is attached.
One of the things I like a [...]
When working with String templates, code can easily become quite difficult to read and, consequently, to understand, maintain and modify. This blog post explains 2 techniques that can help you dealing with String concatenation and templating: StringUtil.substitue and [Embed] compiler directive.
For simple String concatenation like:
var value : String = "The value " + user + [...]
This week I’ve been discussing with Alberto from undefined.es different ways to implement a reversible panel. Basically a reversible panel would be a 2-sides panel. In the front part you could have the component or widget and in the back you could have a configuration panel (same concept as in the OSX Dashboard widgets).
One way [...]