Adobe Flex

Introducing… FlexBox

FlexBox is a directory of Adobe Flex Components…

…some of them are pretty cool and there is sure to be a resource or two for everyone, no matter skill-level…

Check it out…
http://flexbox.mrinalwadhwa.com/


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Flex SDK 3.3 released

So finally… the long awaited Flex SDK 3.3 finally left the list of stable builds and entered the world of releases…

This is great news seeing that Flex SDK 3.2 seemed to be somewhat of a bastard and 3.3 contains a lot of fixes…

Check it out…
http://www.adobe.com/products/flex/flexdownloads/


Adobe Flex

Adobe Flex Learning Paths… now available

Adobe has published a new sub-site, Adobe Flex Learning Paths, to provide an easy way to get started with Adobe Flex.

They have divided the paths into 4 distinct sub-paths according to roles:

 

Each path is an easily accessible way to acquire more knowledge about Adobe Flex which is custom tailored to each specific role.

To study the path relevant for your role is a must if you are starting with Flex or are considering to get started.

 

If you are feeling adventurous, Adobe has even created a Flex version of the HTML sub-site… however it’s still in BETA, so its full of wet paint and wrinkles that need to be ironed out.

Check it out… http://www.adobe.com/devnet/flex/learn/designer/learningpath.html

Adobe Flex

Localized Adobe Flex Applications… introducing BabelFlex

As you probably already know, the Flex SDK only contains English and Japanese locales, now some guys in the Adobe community have created BabelFlex which is a set of translated locale sources.

At the time of writing this there were locale sources for Spanish, French, Danish, German, Finnish, Italian, Korean, Norwegian, Dutch, Portuguese, Swedish and traditional Chinese.

Check it out…
http://ttfx.org/Tontons_Flexeurs/BabelFlex.html