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From Scott Matheson <smathe...@intralinks.com>
Subject Re: Radiate people, radiate...
Date Thu, 25 Jul 2013 09:26:43 GMT
Hum.. Must be me but I can not work out what this project does

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On 7/25/13 8:25 AM, "Mark Line" <markline@gmail.com> wrote:

>I just checked this out, I really like it. A few times when I'm looking at
>other peoples classes/views I've missed the design view.
>Really like how the groups work
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Frédéric THOMAS [mailto:webdoublefx@hotmail.com]
>Sent: 25 July 2013 07:28
>To: users@flex.apache.org
>Subject: Re: Radiate people, radiate...
>Great tool Jude :-)
>-----Message d'origine-----
>From: jude
>Sent: Wednesday, July 24, 2013 7:19 PM
>To: users@flex.apache.org
>Subject: Radiate people, radiate...
>So here's an update on the Radiate (radii8) project. I've uploaded a new
>demo, with major changes. This one should load now. I've found out that
>of the versions posted from January until now have loaded for anyone I've
>sent links too. I think it had to do with monkey patching FlexSprite but
>I've removed that a few days ago and I have reports it's loading. Only we
>would care about the reasons why. :)
>Anyway, here's what's new:
>- Summary of changes in 1650 <http://www.radii8.com/blog/?p=157>
>- Change log of version 1650 <http://www.radii8.com/blog/?p=161>
>- Summary of changes in 1025 <http://www.radii8.com/blog/?p=66>
>- Change log of 1025 <http://www.radii8.com/blog/?p=136>
>The latest version is 2019 which is what is live now. I have *not* posted
>change log on this release just uploaded. So there are some new features
>that aren't mentioned. I hope to post that soon.
>I have two goals with this announcement. One is to coincide with the news
>4.10 if possible. That is to say that it might help Flex in general for
>people to know there is a online "design view" that people can use to
>a little more about Flex through the use of components, the ability to
>the generated MXML code from the view, to be able to set inline styles and
>properties and see how they modification the design and to review the
>documentation when working with those attributes. This is alpha demo but
>might get someone started.
>The second reason is to ask for feedback on what you would find useful.
>Don't lie. :) I would like to know if this addresses anyone's needs here.
>It may be a better tool for designers. And in that case that's where I
>should spend more energy. The way I'm designing it now is I'm writing it
>me. So, "what does it need, what would be nice for it to have to make this
>project easier." This answer changes based on the project.
>This may be the first version that you can see the code tab in. Click the
>code tab and you can see MXML, HTML and Android markup. The HTML markup
>feature allowing you to preview it. It doesn't use FlexJS but a simple
>to HTML converter. The obvious reason is that this is running in the
>and FlexJS requires the compiler. A downloadable version might be able to
>solve that.
>A few milestones from now I'd like to have module support done. So you can
>load in your own components, tools and panels, libraries and projects with
>all of the application logic and then tie in and build the view
>That way you can use the best tools for the job and this compliment that.
>And it would guarantee separation of concerns! :)
>BTW I've been contemplating integrating Randori support since I have a
>HTML conversion going.
>Upcoming work includes theme switching, skinning, example loading, better
>MXML to HTML and considering states support, style inheritance panel and
>transitions panel.
>Here is a link to the demo <http://www.radii8.com/demo/>. There's much
>information on the site.
>FYI The HTML conversion has been tested in Firefox on Mac OS X only and is
>guaranteed to have numerous bugs.
>PS This is not using 4.10 yet but I hope to swap it in when 4.10 is
>Demo <http://www.radii8.com/demo>
>Blog <http://www.radii8.com/>
>Feedback can be sent directly to me as well.


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