Posts Tagged "Flex"

TimeDateAxis

I’m going to try to shift the focus of my blog a little bit more to examples and away from the “I have this problem bla bla”. Well I just try to blog more because it a bit quiet here. I’m going to post some things that is useful for…

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DataGrid doesn’t update rowCount correctly

I have an Bindable ArrayCollection with values and DataGrid that should show all the values (or rows) without the ugly scrollbars (I hate scrollbars). This is working correct by setting the rowCount property in DataGrid like this:  rowCount = “this.ArrayCollection.length” the tricky part is when you add items to that…

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Strange behaviour of Tree component

I’m  making a tree like menu structure. It is already a hacky business but now I encountered another problem. And I have no clue where it is happening and if I do something wrong or Flex is messing it up. I have a Tree component that uses a tree renderer…

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Augmented Reality

A few weeks ago I was busy finding a graduate project. And during that time augmented reality looked very interesting. Most of you know what it means, for the others here a small explaining line from wikipedia: Augmented reality (AR) is a field of computer research which deals with the…

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Draw on 3D object

Here in Holland you have free news papers that you can read when you consume any kind of  public transportation.  In my childhood when I was bored I took a newspaper and draw all sorts of objects on  photo’s of famous people,  like: glasses, moustaches, beards and acme. I think…

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How to find an address with Google maps Flash API

After the Flash Google maps API release I spend some time to see what is possible. I started with the documentation from Google. In there documentation they are using the latitude and longitude coordinates to set the center of your map. This is not really a human readable way to…

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More playing with 3D and 3D physics engine

I extended the Flex 3D example of my previous post some more. Now you can drag (left mousebutton) the objects and bounce them into each other. I think the smart visiters will see that it look a little like TileUI from Doug McCune or TileUI copy of Bill White. I…

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