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From Alex Harui <aha...@adobe.com.INVALID>
Subject Re: How To Start Converting A Browser Project to FlexJS
Date Wed, 13 Sep 2017 05:38:47 GMT
Hi Doug,

If you aren't concerned about the size of your app, start with the Express
Application.  It has more things built in so there should be less
configuring.  Otherwise, start with Basic Application.  For browser
projects, you won't need Cordova Application as it is for Cordova
projects.  You could go with CreateJS if you want and use the CreateJS

I went to see why RemoteObject wasn't in the API and found that the link
you are looking it out of date.  Where did you find that link?

We are currently trying to produce a FlexJS application for our ASDoc.
The latest is here:


But I found that those links haven't been updated in two months.  It will
get refreshed in a couple of hours from now, but RemoteObject is so new,
we haven't put in any ASDoc for it.  I'm at the end of my day, so
hopefully some volunteer can provide some of the missing doc.

Thanks for catching our doc problems,

On 9/12/17, 9:16 PM, "doug777" <doug777twn@gmail.com> wrote:

>My old Spark project starts with the following mxml tags : Application,
>RemoteObject, BorderContainer, HGroup and so on.
>Looking at the FlexJS API
>, I see four different
>Application tags. How to know which one to choose?
>The HelloWorld example in the SDK uses js:View and others use many tags
>are not in the API. How to know what is available?
>There is no RemoteObject in the API, but the RemoteObjectAMFTest example
>the SDK uses a bead called RemoteObject. How can I know what beads are
>available for a component?
>What are the equivalents to Containers in FlexJS?
>Just for starters. Any help appreciated.
>Sent from: 

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