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Using Adobe Flex Builder 3

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Using Adobe Flex Builder 3

Publisher: Adobe Systems Incorporated
Number of pages: 233

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The book describes how to use Adobe Flex Builder to build Flex applications. Topics: Learning Flex Builder, About Flex Builder, Flex Builder Workbench Basics, Working with Projects, Navigating and Customizing the Flex Builder Workbench, Building a Flex User Interface, Adding View States and Transitions, Adding Interactivity with Behaviors, Code Editing in Flex Builder, Building Projects, Running and Debugging Applications, Creating Modules, etc.

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