Long time, no news…. It’s been almost 6 weeks since the last update of Siam Flex Framework. But today I am proud to present to you the first beta release of Siam! I’ve been spending a lot of time refining the core elements of Siam to ensure that we have the right API going forward.Continue reading “Siam Flex framework | First Beta Released! (0.4.0)”
A new release of Siam is available today! Check out the latest version on the official project page: http://code.google.com/p/siam-flex/. The main highlight is that developers can now describe how data models are rendered across their application. Flex renderers can be configured via XML (properties and styles are supported for Object and all primitive types).
Today I released the first version of Siam Flex Framework! The project can be found at http://code.google.com/p/siam-flex/. Please try it out and let me know what you think. It’s an Alpha release, in other words it’s not fully tested and there is little documentation. But starting with the Getting Started section on the project pageContinue reading “Siam Flex framework | 0.1.0 Alpha Released!”
Siam Flex framework aims to provide usability and rapid application development changes to the existing Adobe Flex data representation support. Siam is a lightweight framework that enables you to quickly represent your application data models regardless of their type or origin. This preview introduces the envisioned features of the framework and contains also code examplesContinue reading “Siam Flex framework | Preview”
I’ve been developing a lot of custom Flex components recently using Degrafa, and too many times got frustrated at the fact that Flex only supports inline binding for CSS style attributes. Besides that, the only way to listen to style changes is to override: UIComponent.styleChanged(prop:String):void I was finally happy to find out that Josh alreadyContinue reading “Style binding support for custom Flex components”