You can read Deepa’s blog post here.
In previous posts in the series we discussed new features in Flex 4 that are basic in nature (namespaces, an introduction to the new Spark components architecture and the new mxml tags to name a few).
In the next few posts we will discuss the more interesting stuff new with Flex 4 like FXG, states, layouts, effects and skinning.
So, without further ado, View States!
In previous posts in the series we discussed namespaces, an introduction to the new Spark components architecture and the new mxml tags introduced with Flex 4.
This post is all about data binding, and two-way data binding new to Flex 4 specifically.
While the Flex 4 SDK includes the MX component architecture provided with previous releases of the Flex SDK (mainly for backwards compatibility), it introduces a new set of components that utilize the new SDK features, named Spark.
Flex 4 added some namespaces, while it still supports the Flex 3 namespaces. This can cause some confusion, more so since some classes are part of two namespaces.