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After installing Aptana Studio, the Eclipse plugin version, it changes the standard Flex CSS editor to it’s own version. This gives you a lot of errors because of the syntax differences. Luckily this can be changed back to normal (Flex) by going to Window > Preferences > General > Editors > File Associations. Here you […]



Last week I requested a free student license for Flex Builder 3 from Adobe, and this week I found it in my mailbox. After downloading the Flex Builder 3 trail version from the Adobe website and applying my license key to it, it said I now have the Education version. But the strange thing is […]



Adobe just released the newest beta versions of Flex 3 and AIR. These new releases are nearly feature complete. Matt Chotin wrote a nice article about the new features in this new release, but you can also find a full list of features on the FlexWiki of Adobe. Some of the newest features were already […]



Finally! After a great week of feature lists (by Ted Patrick) and quite some speculations on when the beta of Flex 3 would see its first daylight, here it is! It just got released together with the beta of Adobe AIR, which is the new name for Apollo and a new update for Flash Player […]



Flex book component (alpha)

June 7th, 2007  |  9 Comments

Sitting first row (next to Ruben), I have watched my fellow trainee Ruben Swieringa working on his pageflip book in Flex for the last few months now. And I must say that it’s already the best pageflip book out there, as far as I know. It includes features as pageflipping, hardback option for every page, […]



Adobe Flex 3 sneak preview

May 30th, 2007  |  10 Comments

Today we got to see one of the first sneak previews of Flex 3 by Waldo Smeets and I must say that there are some very nice features and improvements coming up in this new release. All of the new features which were shown us today are still in the ‘thinking’ process so they might […]