Flex Cookbook Beta now Live!

I’m very excited that the Flex Cookbook is now live in beta form. A common request that I see is the need for more samples. The cookbook provides a great mechanism, a simple Problem/Solution/Explanation format that gets you code and answers in a taggable and searchable format.

Flexcoders has so much traffic these days and many questions are ones we’ve seen before. The Flex cookbook is going to help us out by providing a central repository for commonly needed code and solutions.

So start posting your own tips and make sure to add the cookbook as a valuable resource for your Flex coding needs!

3 Responses to Flex Cookbook Beta now Live!

  1. YoYo says:

    Awesome!

  2. michael says:

    Matt,I saw your name in the Flex tutorial, so I’m picking on you. How do you get some help around here?I’m trying to build a integrated desktop-web photo app, and I’m having difficulty accessing the filesystem from Flex (for the moment via the ActiveX Scripting.FileSystemObject). I’ve posted my qustions at flexcoders and at the support forum, but I haven’t received any replies. There is no IRC room to ask questions realtime.I have to say that for wanting to reach out to the web developer community, the Flex support system is not nearly as easy to reach or navigate as the ones I found for RubyonRails or other opensource projects.Am I missing something or knocking on the wrong door?– frustrated with Flex

  3. Matt Chotin says:

    Look at flex.org, pointers to everything are there.