Category Archives: Flex Applications

Working on Tryptich Book Reader development…

Developing a Flex tryptich book reader application these days. This is a ebook reader with standard features. Currently, I’m working on the prototype and subsequently, we’ll be extending this to full blown app…Also contains Cover flow, Fullscreen feature, drag drop docked panels, etc.. Really Flex rocks when it comes to robustness and power…Below is a concept shot of tryptich …but it has changed lot since then…

tryptich

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Line Chart Graph in Flex

Recently, I created a small Line chart Tool, which is deployed on one of our projects on Salesforce.com. This graph draws a line chart curve when the data changes dynamically. I had real fun working 0n this small app.Once again, MVC pattern made it real easy, as I had my Model class binded to my view. The data gets updated in the model class, thus changing the graph dynamically… There are many other features such as Fullscreen view on doubleclick. Checkboxes to set the curve visibility on and off, etc.

For preview, I uploaded an intial prototype of the application. click here

Well, I wish I could have shared the source code also.

Line Chart Graph in Flex

Line Chart Graph in Flex

Video: Flex Best Practices – Guys Don’t miss it

Best Practices in Flex a presentation by James Ward. Check this article for this is a treasure. Infact in one of my official projects (We are developing & deploying a Flex Application on Salesforce platform), I have to document Best Practices for both Flex and Salesforce API and this will be a great help.

You can also download the “Best Practices” power point slides.

Flexool goes public

Flexool is up and running on web in a new avatar. Zoltan has uploaded the blog engine I gave to him. both the Blog as well its admin are working fine.
http://www.andzol.com/flex/
Though its working fine now and I’m happy about it. Still a long way to go…
Flexool has spread its wings and taken a flight. Lets enjoy.

Clone of Flexool

Recently I got a mail from a guy “Zoltan” from Hungary.  He required a Flex Blog engine and in search for that hit upon Flexool. Well, my pleasure. The flexool admin was incomplete and had only “Add Post” feature. Hence I extended the admin to add the requirements Zoltan had. Just packaged the whole Blog engine and its admin and mailed it to Zoltan. He’ll be setting it soon. I’m excited to see the Flexool clone soon on the web.

Here are some Flexool admin screenshots

Flexool Admin Login Screen

Flexool Admin Login Screen

Add your new post here

Add your new post here

Edit Post Screen

Edit Post Screen

Post details shown in Pop for editing

Post details shown in Pop for editing

Finally, Delete the post

Finally, Delete the post