Flex 3 SDK Vs. Flex 4 SDK – Part 1 – Namespaces

April 21, 2010

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.

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Flex 3 SDK Vs. Flex 4 SDK

April 20, 2010

Now that Flex SDK 4 was released, I thought I’d do a series of posts on the differences between Flex 3 and Flex 4 SDKs that will hopefully help migrate your Flex 3 app to Flex 4 or make the transition from SDK 3 to SDK 4 easier. I will be assuming you already know Flex 3 and will concentrate on the new in Flex 4 compared to Flex 3.

This post will serve as the index of the series, and I will be adding links to the different posts to this one as they become available, so come back from time to time to get updated.
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Introspection and private namespaces in Flex/AS3

October 6, 2009


Today, we are going to discuss introspection and private namespaces in AS3/Flex!

The motivation to use private namespaces in the context of introspection is to be able to expose API implemented in your class in a way that is not public (everyone can use it), protected (only inheriting classes can use it) or private (only the class can use it). Read the rest of this entry »

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