Can you chip in on open-source Flex documentation?

Hi all,
As most of you know, the Flex SDK has been open-source for quite a while now. We in the doc group have spent quite a bit of time struggling with what that means for the documentation/core content. The thing that seems most practical to me is to expose our code examples as open-source content, but (for whatever reason) this hasn’t really taken off.

Meanwhile, our old friend Ed Sullivan has brought the new DevCenter cookbook to life and it seems like a good place to advertise for some Flex code examples. To that end, I just posted the following recipe requests:

* Spark custom layout class example
* Custom list control
* Spark VideoDisplay control
* FXG/MXML blend mode examples
* FXG/MXML Transform examples

Now I have a great team and we are fully capable of creating great code examples, but Flex is a big animal and we could really use your help rounding out our examples, so please check out these recipe requests and chip in if you feel so inclined.

Thanks!
Randy

One Response to Can you chip in on open-source Flex documentation?

  1. Florian Salihovic says:

    Another good place imo would be flexexamples.com. perhaps with a small annotation, that it is a sample from the documentation.Best regards.