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Subject [1/2] flex-site git commit: - Downgraded to maven-site-plugin 3.4 because 3.5 seems to have issues with velocity templates which the reflow skin relys on greatly. - Ported most of the static content to markdown format.
Date Sat, 08 Oct 2016 15:03:10 GMT
Repository: flex-site
Updated Branches:
  refs/heads/maven-site 0152059e1 -> 221a7c94c


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+<!--
+ 
+ Licensed to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) under one or more
+ contributor license agreements.  See the NOTICE file distributed with
+ this work for additional information regarding copyright ownership.
+ The ASF licenses this file to You under the Apache License, Version 2.0
+ (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with
+ the License.  You may obtain a copy of the License at
+ 
+ http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
+ 
+ Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
+ distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
+ WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
+ See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
+ limitations under the License.
+ 
+-->
+# Getting Started with Apache Flex
+
+Before you start to learn how to program with Apache Flex, you will need to get your environment
setup.  The Apache Flex SDK includes everything you need to make applications except for an
IDE.
+You technically don't need one, but it is **HIGHLY** encouraged for you to use one.  We won't
cover the workflows in this document on how to create and compile applications with Notepad
or vi,
+just know that you can.
+
+There are four major IDEs available that work with Apache Flex.  There are other, lesser-used
IDEs and plugins for other IDEs out there as well.  For the most part, the workflow is the
same for
+all of them.  Below we will outline the steps needed to use Apache Flex with [Adobe Flash
Builder 4.7][1], [JetBrains IntelliJ IDEA 13.1][2], [FlashDevelop][11] and 
+[FDT][13].  If you use another IDE and want to help us add to this document please contact
us on the [mailing list][3].
+
+Get started by setting up the Apache Flex SDK itself, then move on the specific section for
your IDE.
+
+## Setting up the Apache Flex SDK
+1. **Download the SDK installer** Go to the [Download the SDK Installer][4] on the menu above
and install the SDK installer.  Click on the Download link on the installer badge, which will
download the proper installer for your computer.
+2. **Run the SDK installer**  The first question you will be asked is the installation directory.
 If you are on a Mac, use /Applications/Adobe Flash Builder 4.7/sdks/4.14.0/.  If you are
on a PC, use C:\Program Files(x86)\Adobe Flash Builder 4.7\sdks\4.14.0\.  You will need to
create the 4.14.0 folders.  Press Next.
+3. **Accept SDK Licenses and Install**  Check the red boxes to accept each of the licenses.
 Read the licenses, of course ;)  Click Install to download all the components into the new
4.14.0 directory.  This can take a few minutes.
+
+## IDE-specific instructions 
+* <a href="#setupFlashBuilder">Flash Builder</a>
+* <a href="#setupIDEA">IntelliJ IDEA</a>
+* <a href="#setupFD">FlashDevelop</a>
+* <a href="#setupFDT">FDT</a>
+
+### Setting up Apache Flex with Adobe Flash Builder
+1. **Download Adobe Flash Builder**  Adobe Flash Builder is available from the [Adobe Website][1].
It offers a 30-day trial and retails for about $250.  It is available for both Windows and
MacOS X
+2. **Install Adobe Flash Builder**  Follow the on-screen installation wizard.
+3. **Run Flash Builder** Launch Adobe Flash Builder.  You may need to login with your Adobe
ID to activate the trial.
+4. **Tell Flash Builder about the SDK** On Windows, go to the Window Menu -> Preferences.
 On the Mac, go to the Flash Builder menu -> Preferences.  Go to the Flash Builder node,
then select the Installed Flex SDKs node.  Click [ADD], then choose the directory in which
you saved the 4.14.0 SDK (Step 4). The name should be populated with Apache Flex 4.14.0 FP11.1
en_US.  Press OK, and OK again.
+5. **Create a new project**  Right-click in the empty Package Explorer area, choose New ->
Flex Project.  Give the project a name.  Under the Flex SDK version, choose Apache Flex 4.14.0.
 Press Finish.  Flash Builder will create the new project.
+6. **Start Coding!**  Jump down below to make your first Hello World application.
+
+#### Known Flash Builder Issues
+Adobe Flash Builder 4.7 and Adobe Flash Builder 4.6 both contain a bug where, 
+when generating the .mxml file for a new project that uses Apache Flex
+and Spark Application, Flash Builder will incorrectly insert the attribute:
+
+	layout="absolute"
+
+This results in a compile error in the new project. The remedy is to simply
+remove the errant attribute.
+
+A [wiki page][8] has been set up to contain the latest news on Adobe's
+attempt to correct this problem.
+
+### Setting up Apache Flex with Jetbrains IntelliJ IDEA
+1. **Download JetBrains IntelliJ IDEA**  IntelliJ IDEA is available from the [JetBrains Website][2].
They offer a 30-day trail and it retails for about $200.  It is available for both Windows
and MacOS X
+2. **Install IntelliJ IDEA**  Follow the on-screen installation wizard.
+3. **Download the SDK installer** Go to the [Download the SDK Installer][4] on the menu above
and install the SDK installer.  Click on the Download link on the installer badge, which will
download the proper installer for your computer.
+4. **Run the SDK installer**  The first question you will be asked is the installation directory.
 Note where you save the SDK (as you will need it later).  Press Next.
+5. **Accept SDK Licenses and Install**  Check the red boxes to accept each of the licenses.
 Read the licenses, of course ;)  Click Install to download all the components into the new
4.14.0 directory.  This can take a few minutes.
+6. **Run IntelliJ**  Run IntelliJ.  You will need to start the 30 day trial, and accept the
license agreement when the app runs the first time.  You will be launched into the configuration
wizard.  Select which VCS Plugins you want (we suggest Git Subversion).  Next, select the
Web/J2EE Plugins (We suggest Database, SQL and WebServices).  Next, select the HTML Development
tools (You must select FLash/Flex, CSS, JavaScript, JavaScript Debugger, but we suggest keeping
them all selected).  Finally, select which other plugins you wish to use (Select ANT, Properties,
Copyright, Coverage, IntelliLang, Inspection Gadgets, Type Migration, UML.  We suggest keeping
most of the defaults).
+7. **Create your new project** When at the welcome screen, select "Create New Project". In
the left menu, choose Flash Module under the Other heading.  Give the project a name, and
select Next.
+8. **Configure the new project**  On the "New Project" screen, select Web for the target
platform, and keep the rest of the options the same.  Keep the Flex SDK as [none] for this
step. Click Finish.
+9. **Tell IntelliJ about the SDK** Right click on your project name in the Project Explorer,
and click Open Module Settings. In the second pane, click the application settings (it says
(app) behind the name -- it should have red squigglies under it).   Go to the dependency tab.
 To the right of the Flex SDK drop down, select New... to add the 4.14.0 SDK to the project.
 Find the 4.14.0 directory you created in step 4, and select Choose. Press Ok to return to
the project.  Wait for IntelliJ to index the project and the new SDK.
+10. **Create your Application file** Add a new MXML component under the /src/ directory by
right clicking on src.  Give it a name of your choosing, Template of "Flex 4 Component" and
Parent Component of Application (spark.components).
+11. **Finish configuring your project** Go back to the project settings (right-click on the
project name in the project explorer -> Module Settings).  Go to the General Tab of the
app settings.  Click the ... button to the right of the Main Class box, and choose the filename
you just created.  This will set the project root.
+11. **Start Coding!**  Jump down below to make your first Hello World application.
+
+### Setting up Apache Flex with FlashDevelop
+You can follow along the steps described in this [wiki page] [10]
+
+### Setting up Apache Flex with FDT
+You can follow along the steps described in this [video] [12]
+
+## Creating your first Hello World application
+This is a very simple, generic hello world application.  You can learn a lot more by checking
out some of our other resources below, or some of our [tutorial videos][5].
+
+1.  Set the height and width of your application.  Add the following tags to the Application
tag (2nd line) :  `width="640" height="480"`
+2.  Add a new Layout tag within the Application tags.  This will tell Flex how we plan on
laying out our app.  `<s:layout></s:layout>`
+3.  Within the layout tags, add a BasicLayout tag.  This will tell Flex we intend on telling
it where to place our components.  `<s:BasicLayout />`
+4.  Between the Layout and Application tags, Add a Label tag.  We will be setting the `text`
`horizontalCenter` and `verticalCenter` properties.  `<s:Label text="Hello World!" horizontalCenter="0"
verticalCenter="0" />`
+5.  Find the Debug toolbar icon and click it.  Your application should be launched in your
default web browser and you should see the words Hello World! in the middle of the screen.
+
+The complete code listing is (there may be some variations, depending on your IDE template.
Just make sure what we talked about above match) :
+
+    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
+    <s:Application xmlns:fx="http://ns.adobe.com/mxml/2009"
+                   xmlns:s="library://ns.adobe.com/flex/spark"
+                   xmlns:mx="library://ns.adobe.com/flex/mx" width="640" height="480">
+
+        <s:layout>
+            <s:BasicLayout />
+        </s:layout>
+
+        <s:Label text="Hello World!" horizontalCenter="0" verticalCenter="0" />
+
+    </s:Application>
+
+
+## Additional Resources
+*  Make sure to check out our video and screencast library on the [videos page][5].
+*  There are a large variety of books available online.  One of our favorites is from Michael
Labriola and Jeff Tapper (both Apache Flex Committers).  [Amazon Link to book][6]
+*  There are quite a few people that blog about Flex.  Check out the [official blog of Apache
Flex][14], [FlashDaily.net][7] and [Adobe Feeds for Apache Flex][9]
+
+ [1]:  http://www.adobe.com/products/flash-builder-family.html
+ [2]:  http://www.jetbrains.com/idea/
+ [3]:  community-mailinglists.html
+ [4]:  installer.html
+ [5]:  doc-videos.html
+ [6]:  http://www.amazon.com/Adobe-Flex-4-5-Fundamentals-ebook/dp/B005EFKGCS/
+ [7]:  http://flashdaily.net/tagged/apacheflex
+ [8]:  https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/FLEX/Adobe+Flash+Builder+'New+Project'+Bug
+ [9]:  http://feeds.adobe.com/index.cfm?query=bySmartCategory&amp;smartCategoryId=5
+ [10]: https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/FLEX/2.3+FlashDevelop
+ [11]: http://www.flashdevelop.org/
+ [12]: http://vimeo.com/46898669
+ [13]: http://fdt.powerflasher.com/
+ [14]: https://blogs.apache.org/flex/
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+<!--
+ 
+ Licensed to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) under one or more
+ contributor license agreements.  See the NOTICE file distributed with
+ this work for additional information regarding copyright ownership.
+ The ASF licenses this file to You under the Apache License, Version 2.0
+ (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with
+ the License.  You may obtain a copy of the License at
+ 
+ http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
+ 
+ Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
+ distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
+ WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
+ See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
+ limitations under the License.
+ 
+-->
+# Getting Started Videos
+
+Most of these videos are written about Adobe Flex, which is what Apache Flex orgionated as.
 You will need to follow
+some additional steps in order to use some of the new features that Apache Flex provides.
 Find out more in the [Getting
+Started][1] page.  If you've made a video or tutorial that you would like featured here,
let us know on the [mailing list][2]
+
+<div class="row-fluid">
+<div class="span3">
+<div class="featuresbox">
+<div class="picture"><img src="http://thumbnails.tv.adobe.com/1021F873-1C23-D1F3-EF47FA050AD9762A.jpg"/></div>
+<h4>Build a Dashboard Application in Flex 4</h4>
+<p>Adobe Platform Evangelist Michael Chaize offers a step-by-step tutorial on building
a dashboard application. He walks you through a Flex 4 project created with the Flash Builder
4 IDE.</p>
+<a href="http://tv.adobe.com/watch/adc-presents/build-a-dashboard-application-in-flex-4/"
class="btn">Watch</a>
+</div>
+</div>
+
+<div class="span3">
+<div class="featuresbox">
+<div class="picture"><img src="http://thumbnails.tv.adobe.com/tmb_11531_150x84_5AEE08E7-1C23-D1F3-EFF658F1D5515ABF.jpg"/></div>
+<h4>Create Custom Skins for Mobile Apps</h4>
+<p>Developer Evangelist Piotr Walczyszyn walks you through how to create a custom SkinnableContainer
Component for mobile applications using Flex and Flash Builder</p>
+<a href="http://tv.adobe.com/watch/adc-presents/create-custom-skins-for-mobile-apps/"
class="btn">Watch</a>
+</div>
+</div>
+
+<div class="span3">
+<div class="featuresbox">
+<div class="picture"><img src="http://thumbnails.tv.adobe.com/tmb_11303_150x84_24E31978-1C23-D1F3-EF3A05D8481E0B2F.jpg"/></div>
+<h4>Design to Release: Building a multi screen mobile application</h4>
+<p>Come learn how Caltrain Times was created using Photoshop, Fireworks, Flash Builder,
AIR, and Flex. The application is released across the major marketplaces targeting smartphones
and tablets across Android, iOS and BlackBerry PlayBook. The topics of workflow, testing,
development, and releasing the application will be discussed in detail.</p>
+<a href="http://tv.adobe.com/watch/max-2011-develop/design-to-release-building-a-multi-screen-mobile-application/"
class="btn">Watch</a>
+</div>
+</div>
+
+<div class="span3">
+<div class="featuresbox">
+<div class="picture"><img src="http://thumbnails.tv.adobe.com/tmb_11250_150x84_5DFADB91-1C23-D1F3-EFC88438A204446D.jpg"/></div>
+<h4>Performance-Tuning Mobile Flex Applications</h4>
+<p>Get insights from Adobe Flex SDK team members on the new mobile-optimized components.
They'll be covering Lists, itemRenderers, and View transitions. Come learn everything you'll
need to know to get your app to peak performance.</p>
+<a href="http://tv.adobe.com/watch/max-2011-develop/performancetuning-mobile-flex-applications/"
class="btn">Watch</a>
+</div>
+</div>
+</div>
+
+<!--- next row -->
+
+<div class="row-fluid">
+<div class="span3">
+<div class="featuresbox">
+<div class="picture"><img src="http://thumbnails.tv.adobe.com/tmb_11207_150x84_3BC054B7-1C23-D1F3-EF152C2EEAB4AF63.jpg"/></div>
+<h4>From Desktop to Mobile: Application Functionality for Small Screens</h4>
+<p>Explore the issues of moving an established RIA experience from desktop to mobile.
Join Joseph Labrecque from the University of Denver as he discusses transitioning the viewing
experience for a campus resource from desktop to mobile. This session will examine how to
take advantage of new workflow considerations across Adobe toolsets and determine what existing
functionality is suitable for mobile applications, investigate device restrictions that can
impact the general user experience, and describe how to make users aware of a new mobile application
and what to expect.</p>
+<a href="http://tv.adobe.com/watch/max-2011-develop/from-desktop-to-mobile-application-functionality-for-small-screens/"
class="btn">Watch</a>
+</div>
+</div>
+
+<div class="span3">
+<div class="featuresbox">
+<div class="picture"><img src="http://thumbnails.tv.adobe.com/tmb_11275_150x84_34E1158E-1C23-D1F3-EF945AB21E518A7B.jpg"/></div>
+<h4>Discover the Unknown Flex 4.5</h4>
+<p>Learn about little-known but very useful features of Flex.</p>
+<a href="http://tv.adobe.com/watch/max-2011-develop/discover-the-unknown-flex-45/" class="btn">Watch</a>
+</div>
+</div>
+
+<div class="span3">
+<div class="featuresbox">
+<div class="picture"><img src="http://thumbnails.tv.adobe.com/tmb_11294_150x84_351B1FEF-1C23-D1F3-EFB902EF26EE1809.jpg"/></div>
+<h4>Aspect-Oriented Programming with Flex</h4>
+<p>Learn new aspect-oriented programming (AOP) techniques for Flex development. This
session begins with an overview of AOP fundamentals to demystify the terminology and advances
to discussions on why ActionScript developers may want to utilize these new techniques. Discover
the new AOP support in the wildly popular Swiz framework and how it aims to greatly reduce
developer barriers by simplifying AOP. Then look at some real examples to understand how AOP
works in practice.</p>
+<a href="http://tv.adobe.com/watch/max-2011-develop/aspectoriented-programming-with-flex/"
class="btn">Watch</a>
+</div>
+</div>
+
+<div class="span3">
+<div class="featuresbox">
+<div class="picture"><img src="http://thumbnails.tv.adobe.com/tmb_11241_150x84_5CCA4C5C-1C23-D1F3-EF8EA672CAB8D8BA.jpg"/></div>
+<h4>Practical Mobile Development with Flex and Adobe AIR</h4>
+<p>Learn techniques and lessons from real-world mobile application development, including
UI/skinning approaches, custom components, platform integration, application architecture,
and device dependent considerations. You'll come away better prepared to embrace the industry-shifting
paradigm change that mobile development promises.</p>
+<a href="http://tv.adobe.com/watch/max-2011-develop/practical-mobile-development-with-flex-and-adobe-air/"
class="btn">Watch</a>
+</div>
+</div>
+</div>
+
+<!--- next row -->
+
+<div class="row-fluid">
+<div class="span3">
+<div class="featuresbox">
+<div class="picture"><img src="http://thumbnails.tv.adobe.com/tmb_11302_150x84_622D6F99-1C23-D1F3-EFC14D608D6BC5F6.jpg"/></div>
+<h4>Multiscreen Project Best Practices</h4>
+<p>Prepare to take the next step in multiscreen development. Review important considerations
in planning multiscreen projects geared toward efficient code reuse and workflow. Also, see
how to structure projects to match the strategy chosen to fit the application's use case.
By the end of the session, you'll walk away with an understanding of how to start architecting
your multiscreen Adobe Flash Platform applications and build them using Adobe Flash Builder</p>
+<a href="http://tv.adobe.com/watch/max-2011-develop/multiscreen-project-best-practices/"
class="btn">Watch</a>
+</div>
+</div>
+
+<div class="span3">
+<div class="featuresbox">
+<div class="picture"><img src="http://thumbnails.tv.adobe.com/tmb_11293_150x84_6255B57B-1C23-D1F3-EFB67B195294BE0A.jpg"/></div>
+<h4>Developing Flex Mobile Applications</h4>
+<p>Find out how Adobe Flash Builder 4.5 makes it easy for you to build mobile apps
for a variety of devices using the same workflow you use to build web or desktop applications
today. You can now build apps to run on the Apple iOS, Google Android, and BlackBerry QNX
platforms. Walk through the basic steps required in Flash Builder 4.5 to create and run a
simple mobile Flex project both on the desktop and on a device. Also learn about new mobile-specific
functionality in the Flex 4.5 software development kit (SDK).</p>
+<a href="http://tv.adobe.com/watch/max-2011-develop/developing-flex-mobile-applications/"
class="btn">Watch</a>
+</div>
+</div>
+
+<div class="span3">
+<div class="featuresbox">
+<div class="picture"><img src="http://thumbnails.tv.adobe.com/tmb_11294_150x84_351B1FEF-1C23-D1F3-EFB902EF26EE1809.jpg"/></div>
+<h4>Elegant Design Powered by the Flex SDK</h4>
+<p>Discover the principles of design that can lead to the creation of visually compelling
cross-platform applications. ThRead is a collaborative project between Adobe and renowned
design company Method. It is a unique reader application that allows the simultaneous consumption
and organization of information, created using the newest mobile development features in the
Adobe Flex SDK. We'll take you through some collaborative processes that worked for us throughout
design and development.</p>
+<a href="http://tv.adobe.com/watch/max-2011-develop/elegant-design-powered-by-the-flex-sdk/"
class="btn">Watch</a>
+</div>
+</div>
+
+<div class="span3">
+<div class="featuresbox">
+<div class="picture"><img src="http://thumbnails.tv.adobe.com/tmb_11329_150x84_6709A87F-1C23-D1F3-EF288630AE85CB68.jpg"/></div>
+<h4>TV: The Final Frontier for App Monetization</h4>
+<p>Discover how Adobe AIR for TV is gaining momentum with leading TV and BluRay manufacturers,
enabling opportunities for developers to create and monetize applications. Learn how to build
an AIR for TV app as we walk through the workflow of getting an application into a marketplace.
In addition, you will hear about some of the new features coming to AIR for TV, such as multichannel
audio, GameInput APIs for game controllers, and Stage3D support for 2D and 3D graphics acceleration.</p>
+<a href="http://tv.adobe.com/watch/max-2011-develop/tv-the-final-frontier-for-app-monetization/"
class="btn">Watch</a>
+</div>
+</div>
+</div>
+
+
+<!--- next row -->
+
+<div class="row-fluid">
+<div class="span3">
+<div class="featuresbox">
+<div class="picture"><img src="http://i2.ytimg.com/vi/awz4_0M31oY/mqdefault.jpg"/></div>
+<h4>First Steps in Flex - ActionScript</h4>
+<p>James Ward shows the basics of Flex and ActionScript.  This is a complement of his
book "First Steps in Flex"</p>
+<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=awz4_0M31oY&amp;list=UU6tcGOzUVOGpUe-PFzpILmg&amp;index=21"
class="btn">Watch</a>
+</div>
+</div>
+
+<div class="span3">
+<div class="featuresbox">
+<div class="picture"><img src="http://i2.ytimg.com/vi/MNShGIsxM1g/mqdefault.jpg"/></div>
+<h4>First Steps in Flex - Components</h4>
+<p>James Ward shows the basics of Flex and components.  This is a complement of his
book "First Steps in Flex"</p>
+<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MNShGIsxM1g&amp;list=UU6tcGOzUVOGpUe-PFzpILmg&amp;index=19"
class="btn">Watch</a>
+</div>
+</div>
+
+<div class="span3">
+<div class="featuresbox">
+<div class="picture"><img src="http://i1.ytimg.com/vi/TUbQq_6uWCE/mqdefault.jpg"/></div>
+<h4>Compiling the Apache Flex SDK with IntelliJ</h4>
+<p>Learn how to Compile the Apache Flex 4.8.0 SDK and how to contibute back to the
project. This video shows how to check out the code from the Apache SVN into IntelliJ, compile
the entire project, and submit a patch back to fix a bug or close an issue</p>
+<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5COE3hYqCJk" class="btn">Watch</a>
+</div>
+</div>
+
+<div class="span3">
+<div class="featuresbox">
+<div class="picture"><img src="http://i3.ytimg.com/vi/ZlKzscFTpzo/default.jpg"/></div>
+<h4>Apache Flex Development</h4>
+<p>A video course I'm making, showing you everything you need to know to get up and
running with Apache Flex development for mobile devices.</p>
+<a href="http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL76B0B78D87EF65D4" class="btn">Watch</a>
+</div>
+</div>
+</div>
+
+
+ [1]:  doc-getstarted.html
+ [2]:  community-mailinglists.html
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         Details on how to configure the reflow skin:
         http://andriusvelykis.github.io/reflow-maven-skin/skin/
     -->
-    <!--custom>
+    <custom>
         <reflowSkin>
-            <theme>bootswatch-cerulean</theme>
+            <theme>bootswatch-spacelab</theme>
+            <!--brand>
+                <name>My Project</name>
+                <href>http://andriusvelykis.github.io/reflow-maven-skin/</href>
+            </brand-->
+            <!--slogan>Super interesting project doing good things.</slogan-->
+            <titleTemplate>%2$s | %1$s</titleTemplate>
+            <!--toc>top</toc-->
+            <!--topNav>Home|About Flex|Community|Development|Documentation|About Apache|Download
Flex</topNav-->
+            <!--bottomNav>
+                <column>Main|Download</column>
+                <column>Documentation</column>
+                <column>reports|modules</column>
+            </bottomNav-->
+            <bottomDescription>This is a very good project doing interesting
+                and valuable things.</bottomDescription>
+            <!--pages>
+                <index project="project-id">
+                    <shortTitle>Welcome</shortTitle>
+                    <breadcrumbs>false</breadcrumbs>
+                    <toc>false</toc>
+                    <sections>
+                        <carousel />
+                        <body />
+                        <sidebar />
+                        <thumbs>2</thumbs>
+                        <columns>3</columns>
+                    </sections>
+                </index>
+                <developer-info>
+                    <toc>sidebar</toc>
+                </developer-info>
+            </pages-->
+            <!--theme>bootswatch-cerulean</theme>
+            <pages>
+                <index>
+                    <sections>
+                        <carousel />
+                        <thumbs>2</thumbs>
+                        <body />
+                        <sidebar />
+                        <columns>3</columns>
+                    </sections>
+                </index>
+            </pages-->
         </reflowSkin>
-    </custom-->
+    </custom>
 
     <bannerLeft>
         <name>Apache Flex</name>
@@ -49,37 +93,37 @@
 
     <body>
         <links>
-            <item name="Home" href="http://flex.apache.org/" />
+            <item name="Home" href="index.html"/>
         </links>
 
         <menu name="About Flex">
-            <item name="What is Flex?" href=".html"/>
-            <item name="Features" href=".html"/>
+            <item name="What is Flex?" href="about-whatis.html"/>
+            <item name="Features" href="about-features.html"/>
             <item name="Tour de Flex" href=".html"/>
-            <item name="License &amp; Trademarks" href=".html"/>
-            <item name="The Team" href=".html"/>
-            <item name="Project History" href=".html"/>
-            <item name="Logo and Assets" href=".html"/>
+            <item name="License &amp; Trademarks" href="about-licensing.html"/>
+            <item name="The Team" href="about-people.html"/>
+            <item name="Project History" href="about-history.html"/>
+            <item name="Logo and Assets" href="about-assets.html"/>
         </menu>
 
         <menu name="Community">
-            <item name="How to get involved" href=".html"/>
-            <item name="Mailing Lists" href=".html"/>
-            <item name="Flex Showcase" href=".html"/>
-            <item name="Third-Party" href=".html"/>
+            <item name="How to get involved" href="community-getinvolved.html"/>
+            <item name="Mailing Lists" href="community-mailinglists.html"/>
+            <item name="Flex Showcase" href="community-showcase.html"/>
+            <item name="Third-Party" href="community-3rdparty.html"/>
             <item name="Wiki" href="https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/FLEX/Apache+Flex+Wiki"/>
             <item name="Blog" href="http://blogs.apache.org/flex/"/>
         </menu>
 
         <menu name="Development">
             <item name="Developer FAQ" href="dev-faq.html"/>
-            <item name="Source Code" href=".html"/>
+            <item name="Source Code" href="dev-sourcecode.html"/>
             <item name="Bug-Tracker" href="https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/FLEX"/>
         </menu>
 
         <menu name="Documentation">
-            <item name="Getting Started" href=".html"/>
-            <item name="Videos" href=".html"/>
+            <item name="Getting Started" href="doc-getstarted.html"/>
+            <item name="Videos" href="doc-videos.html"/>
             <item name="Flex ASDocs" href=".html"/>
             <item name="FlexJS ASDocs" href=".html"/>
             <item name="Documentation Reference (Old)" href="http://help.adobe.com/en_US/flex/using/index.html"/>


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