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Friday, September 24, 2010

Advanced Flex Training Course Overview

In this Adobe Flex training class, students will learn the advanced features of Adobe Flex to create sophisticated rich internet applications. Advanced Flex Training Course Goals • Learn to use Formatters and Validators • Learn to use the History Manager • Learn to customize the look and feel of a Flex 3 application • Learn to work with server-side objects • Learn to visualize data • Learn to create transitions and behaviors • Learn to print from Flex 3 applications (if time allows) • Learn to use Shared Objects (if time allows) • Learn to debug Flex 3 applications (if time allows) Advanced Flex Training Course Prerequisites Experience in the following areas is required: • Experience with Flex as taught in Webucator’s introductory course • Basic XML knowledge Experience in the following areas would be beneficial.

• Object-oriented programming Advanced Flex Training Course Outline 1. Using Formatters and Validators1. Introducing Formatters and Validators2. Using a Formatter Class to Display Currency Information in the E-Commerce Application3. Using Validator Classes4. Using Regular Expressions to Validate Data (Part 1)5. Using Regular Expressions to Validate Data (Part 2)6. Building a Custom Validator Class7. What You Have Learned2. Implementing History Management and Deep Linking1. Introducing History Management 2. Implementing History Management within a Navigator Container3. Building a Custom History Manager4. Introducing Deep Linking5. What You Have Learned3. Customizing the Look and Feel of a Flex 3 Application1. Applying a Design with Styles and Skins2. Applying Styles3. Changing CSS at Runtime4. Skinning Components5. What You Have Learned4. Accessing Server-Side Objects1. Uploading Files to the Server2. Using Remote Object to Save an Order3. Mapping Action Script Objects to Server Objects4. The Flex 3 Builder Data Wizards5. What You Have Learned5. Visualizing Data1. Exploring Flex 3 Charting Components2. Laying Out Initial Charts3. Populating Charts4. Adding Legends to Charts5. Limiting the Labels Shown on an Axis6. Interacting with Charts7. Adding Chart Events8. Adding Animations to Charts9. Customizing Chart Appearance with Styles10. What You Have Learned6. Creating Modular Applications1. Introducing Modular Applications in Flex 32. Using Flex Modules3. Understanding Runtime Shared Libraries (RSLs)4. Using the Flex Framework RSL Caching5. Creating a Library Project6. What You Have Learned7. Deploying Flex Applications1. Compiling a Deployment Version of Your Application2. Breaking Out of the Browser with the Adobe Integrated Runtime (AIR)3. Creating an AIR Application4. What You Have Learned8. Creating Transitions and Behaviors1. Introducing Behaviors and Transitions2. Implementing Effects on a Component3. Adding Effects to View States4. What You Have Learned 9. Printing from Flex (if time allows)1. Introducing Flex Printing2. Printing for the First Time from Flex3.

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