Posts in Category "Flex"

New Flex functionality in the Flex Developer Center

Check out this new widget to stay current on Flex blog posts and articles, tune into upcoming events, and see Flex 2 in action.

Participate in the MAXUP unconference at MAX 2006

Watch this presentation on the community-led unconference and get a sneak peek at how you can engage with colleagues in the developer community.

Creating a Flex 2 interface for the BlogCFC application

Raymond Camden shares his experience creating a Flash interface for his BlogCFC application with ColdFusion and Flex 2.

White paper: Flash security and enterprise solutions (PDF, 548K)

Securely develop, deploy, and distribute Flash and Flex applications while leveraging the player’s existing security infrastructure.

Updated Debug Flash Player 7 for Flex 1.5 and Flex Builder 1.5

(TechNote – updated) Due to a recent update to Flash Player 7, we are releasing an update to the debug version of the Flash Player 7 that ships with Flex 1.5 and Flex Builder 1.5.

Flex Builder 101: Four basic lessons on coding your first application with Flex Builder

Watch this FlexTV presentation and get started with Flex 2.

New Flex Quick Starts: Handling data

Define, bind, validate, and format data in your Flex apps.

How Flex can transform the user experience on the web

Expressiveness, performance, rich media, real-time messaging, and more: New Flex 2 features help you create engaging web apps.

In Labs: Understanding NoteTag

A Flex 2 app that captures notes and assigns tasks via read/write web technologies like RSS, blogging, tagging, and microformats.

Flex 2 weak typing and ClassCastException error

(TechNote) While developing your Flex 2 application with Flex Data Services, you may see a ClassCastException runtime exception in the Flash Player and a warning message similar to the following:

“Your sync, create, or update method is being called with a weak typed
object ( – a subclass of java.util.Map)
even though you did not return a weak type from your get/fill method.
If you do not define actionscript classes for your java classes and
mark them with RemoteClass metadata they will get turned into Maps on
the way in. If you do want to use only anonymous objects on the client
and you have no associations you might consider setting an item-class
in the destination to have the server convert the Map to your class