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From Carlos Rovira <carlos.rov...@codeoscopic.com>
Subject Re: [FlexJS] CSS (was Re: [FlexJS] Mobile Apps)
Date Fri, 21 Oct 2016 19:17:50 GMT
Hi Alex,

What should be possible in FlexJS, is for people to easily switch between
> components sets by simply changing the URI assigned to the prefix:
>   xmlns:js="library://ns.apache.org/flexjs/mdl"

Right, but is not the perfect scenario...imagine change lots of file
namespaces, I think we could not think of that like a long term solution.

> >
> >I'm finding some more few things:
> >* With MDL I'm inserting classNames inside class components, what I don't
> >like since is a clear mixing of AS3 code declaration with CSS styles.

I'm using that way since I don't not any other at this moment, but you will
agree with me that
having to mix in the component AS3 class code a visual configuration is bad.
If we could assign CSS class in a CSS file that would be perfect for
separation, but I think this is not possible.
anyway, I expect to continue working and left that problem for later time.

Also, the SWC is supposed to package its default.css with the components
> that will generate the expected sub-DOM-tree.  Then you have
> self-contained deployable component sets.  But you are right that the
> defaults.css from HTML.swc is leaking through and that needs to be fixed.

Yes, I think this is very much needed. I'm getting lots of headaches with
styles coming over and over again as I make progress in the MDL project.
So If you could implement that compiler flag to remove all CSS from
included libraries that would be awesome.


> My 2 cents,
> -Alex


Carlos Rovira
Director General
M: +34 607 22 60 05

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