Flash, in general, is one of those things that I should really pay more attention to. This is especially true in the context of Flex 2 and the Adobe Integrated Runtime (AIR). I was actively learning Flash up through Flash 6, but then I started to devote the majority of my resources towards ColdFusion and front end web development. As such, I can get around in Flash and I can do some cool things, but there's a ton of really cool stuff that I don't even know how to use (that is, if I know that it even exists).
That being said, I am hoping that this day will give me a good overview of some of the awesome features that ActionScript 3.0 will make available. Obviously, I'm not looking to master anything today, but I would like to see things that spark a fire; I'd like to see things that get me interested in actively learning Flash once again.
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I had signed up for this really late and I knew there was no chance of me getting in. Apparently, I was accepted on Friday night but I had already left work and don't have internet at home. I come in today to work at around 11 and there's the email. Dammit Adobe! Enjoy the class Ben! Let me know how it goes. I really wanted to attend.
We need good Action Script classes, they're hard to find. Maybe you can recommend a school.
We still have to know how many items we want to display.
Isn't there a way through which We can generate and add n number of Form Controls (virtually any content) depending on some input?
I have a requirement where I don't know in advance how many controls there are goonna be in the Flex App.
I want to parse an xml file which is again generated dynamically in the server side and generate/add form controls to my App accordingly.