30 November 2011
The Expense Tracker Reference Application is a sample application created with Flex 4.6. It will introduce you to the major updates in the Flex 4.6 SDK, and demonstrate best practices for designing and developing a CRUD-based experience for mobile, tablet, and web platforms. The three Flex 4.6 Reference Applications use the ViewNavigatorApplication class as an application base for screen management, the ItemRenderer and LabeltItemRenderer/IconItemRenderer classes for list controls, and the MultiDPIBitmapSource and RuntimeDPI providers as means to manage different DPIs on different devices.
Specifically, the Expense Tracker Reference Application will introduce you to the following features of the Flex SDK:
The article that accompanies this reference application contains detailed information about how to best build applications targeting multiple screens using the Flex 4.6 SDK, and is intended to help shorten the learning curve for Flex developers. With Flex 4.6, there are powerful new tools at your disposal for mobile and multiple-device optimization. Jumping into working code is a good way to get up-to-speed!
Follow the steps below to install the app and jump into working code.
Note: When you import an FXP file, it will also try to import a copy of the library it uses. If you have already imported the corresponding library, change the "Import Method" in the dialog from "Import New Copy of Project" to "Overwrite Existing Project: etc..."
Repeat for each Expense Tracker Reference Application FXP file.
Expense Tracker FXP Files:
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