I’ve been a bit unhappy with the previous version of my music player. I didn’t really liked the way it looked and I really thought it could use playlists. I reused a number of classes from the earlier version, but switched things around and added more features. The new version, which I call Atmospheres, was written to illustrate some other concepts in Flex and AIR.
Some of the things you’ll find in this version are: Dynamically loading style sheets; switching renderers on the fly with a TileList; custom events; custom drag & drop; and more. A more complete list is given below.
You may not be able to run the AIR program as I’ve developed it with an internal beta version of Flex 3. If you have the public beta version of the AIR SDK, recompile the source code, make sure you compile the CSS files into SWFs, too.
If you aren’t interested in developing AIR applications there are still a number of Flex component topics that might be applicable to your work.
|Atmospheres with Orange Neon Style|
|Atmospheres with Adobe Red Style|