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From Tink <f...@tink.ws >
Subject Re: MobileAlert - quetwo
Date Fri, 16 Mar 2012 13:40:16 GMT
Mobile wouldn't use modal, and need to make sure its sitting on top of  
any other content?

On 16 Mar 2012, at 12:09, Nicholas Kwiatkowski wrote:

> I wouldn't mind switching it over to a SkinablePopUpComponent.  I'll  
> set
> that as a goal.
>
> My only thought on having two versions (a MobileAlert and an Alert)  
> is that
> the MobileAlert would cut out some functionality in order to be a bit
> quicker (for example, not launching via the PopUpManager, because we  
> really
> wouldn't use any of that functionality other than the ability to  
> display
> the component).  I also have the ability to switch skins based on  
> the OS
> automatically to make it look more native, which would be harder if  
> they
> were all one.
>
> -Nick
>
> On Fri, Mar 16, 2012 at 5:14 AM, Tink <flex@tink.ws> wrote:
>
>> I immediately noticed when looking at this is that it extends
>> SkinnablePopUpContainer.
>>
>> In my mind an Alert isn't a container. You do not create one and  
>> then put
>> contents in it, and therefore you get unnecessary overhead with the
>> container, and from outside the API will look like you can add  
>> elements to
>> it.
>>
>> I would suggest we add a SkinnablePopUpComponent, then and Alert  
>> can be
>> added on top of that. Then do we need a MobileAlert and Alert, or  
>> can we
>> not just have a different skin for the 2 versions?
>>
>> Tink
>>
>>
>> On 16 Mar 2012, at 04:02, Justin Mclean wrote:
>>
>> Hi,
>>>
>>> So far I think we mostly agree that having real URLs is nice but  
>>> have no
>>> idea what those URL should be.
>>>
>>> Are spilt if we should have a small or large number of new  
>>> namespaces.
>>>
>>> The one I've currently committed is http://www.apache.org/flex  
>>> (look in
>>> flex-config.template.xml and/or flex-config.xml) so until we come  
>>> up with
>>> something better that what it will be.
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>> Justin
>>>
>>>
>>


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