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From Benjamin Dobler <>
Subject Re: [RT] Design View in FlashBuilder
Date Sat, 18 Feb 2012 20:57:02 GMT
Wauw looks really promising!
Never been a fan of the design view but this could be something interesting.

Am 18.02.2012 um 00:29 schrieb jude:

> Hi Roland,
> The URL should be up now. A couple of notes about the demo. The left column
> can be scrolled up or down (using touch interaction like behavior) to show
> more panels. The focus has been on creating an environment conducive to a
> design based workflow so the work has been in the panels more than the
> design view document. That will eventually be replaced. Also, the fonts
> seem to be off. I'm checking into that.
> Things to try. Add a component to the stage, add a group to the stage and
> add components into it, set constraints, absolute and percentage based
> sizes and positioning and switch between them, set a property in the
> properties panel, set the visibility in the document (layers) panel, take a
> snapshot of the selected item, undo and redo in the history panel, show or
> export the list of changes.
> Alan K - That would be awesome. I spent some time with Eclipse plugins. I
> like the extensibility of Eclipse but designing the UI views with Java
> seems counter productive as a Flex developer. It would take days to create
> the same UI we can create in a few hours in Flex. I like the ability to be
> able to create views using Flex and AS3 (that's obviously what the demo is
> using). If we're thinking the same thing about plugins they are probably
> somewhat compatible with what I've been working on. I can see there could
> be a lot of cross over which can be a good thing.
> Judah Frangipane
> On Fri, Feb 17, 2012 at 5:25 AM, Roland Zwaga <>wrote:
>>> I've been working on a Designer / Developer tool code name Radii8 [1]. :P
>>> It's goal is to help developers and designers with the stuff we are
>> trying
>>> to do every day. It's sort of in limbo at the moment while I determine
>> what
>>> to do next (which I don't know).
>>> Disclaimer: Although I've put a lot of work into it it's alpha / beta /
>>> proof of concept.
>>> [1]
>>> [1] - read the notes -
>> Hey there,
>> sounds interesting but I'm getting a page not found error for those URLs...
>> cheers,
>> Roland

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