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From Carlos Rovira <carlosrov...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Migrating Enterprise Flex Application
Date Thu, 19 Jul 2018 13:42:10 GMT
Hi Alex,

about trying to use Jewel as view part, I think we should trace a plan. I
still have work in my TODO list, for example I think my next stop is Jewel
DateFiels and Jewel DropDownList/ComboBox... but I still want to try the
"exploded" component route. So using StyledUIBase in MXML adding beads I
can get a Jewel Button, a Jewel Slider and so on...

But as well although I think I'll not use emulation components on our App,
I think will be good if I must have some rules into account to make Jewel
visualization reusable.

For this I think we should create a thread, and maybe a example project
where we could work together and make the convergence of code possible.

I think one problem is that if we expect from others to code what we have
in mind, that will never happen, since I think although we share a "macro"
view perspective, in the "micro" view we all have, as normal, different
ways of approach, so the only way I see is to join forces in integrating
things, more over where you have a huge knowledge of things happening in
emulation, while I have the same on things happening on Jewel.

Thoughts?




Carlos




2018-07-19 9:35 GMT+02:00 Alex Harui <aharui@adobe.com.invalid>:

> I think you can look at mx.controls.DateField and
> mx.controls.NumericStepper.  The key piece is their entries in the
> defaults.css in the MXRoyale project.  That dictates which beads are used.
> If a bead has a package name starting with mx, then it is probably a
> subclass of an org.apache.royale bead.
>
> I hope to finish up MenuBar shortly and then try to write up a wiki page
> or something about what it takes to get these emulation components to
> function.
>
> HTH,
> -Alex
>
> ´╗┐On 7/18/18, 9:24 PM, "chembali" <chembali@hotmail.com> wrote:
>
>     Very helpful posts indeed. Can you tell me a couple of classic
> emulation
>     examples that I can look at? I am hoping to take a look at them and
>     understand the pattern.
>
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Carlos Rovira
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