Training in Flex 3.0 : Extending and Styling Components

Tekno Point Multimedia
In Bangalore, Mumbai and Thane

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No. 668/ B, Opp. to Koramangala club, 6th block Koramangala, 560034., Karnataka, India
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Office No. 1 A, Sukhmani Bldg., 1st Floor, Opp. Nadco, Above Archies Gallery, Andheri (W),, 410058, Maharashtra, India
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301, Thakur Niwas, Above Tip Top Sweets, Opp. Thane Station (W), Maharashtra, India
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· Requirements

To gain the most from this class, you should: · Have attended the Flex 3: Developing Rich Client Applications course. · Have equivalent knowledge of the topics covered in Flex 3: Developing Rich Client Application This course targets experienced Adobe Flex developers who: · Want to use the built-in Flex components as a basis for their own custom component development.

Course programme

In the 2-day Flex 3: Extending and Styling Components course, students will use their object-oriented skills to create custom classes that programmatically draw skins and extend the functionality of built-in Flex classes. Experienced Flex developers will have an opportunity to explore hands-on, practical code examples for creating drag-and-drop user interfaces that also incorporate user-triggered transitions and smart components that resize based on available space. Other learning objectives include creating popups, embedding fonts, implementing custom application look-and-feel and positioning stage- and mouse-aware elements.

Course Outline:
Unit 1: Introducing Flex 3: Extending and Styling Components
Unit 2: Embedding Images and Fonts
Unit 3: Modifying the Look and Feel of Flex Components
Unit 4: Creating Popups
Unit 5: Extending Flex Components
Unit 6: Drawing Shapes and Skinning Programmatically
Unit 7: Animating Components and View States
Unit 8: Creating Mouse-Aware Applications
Unit 9: Implementing Drag and Drop Functionality

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