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    Hello there,
    I m really glad Gwt4Air could help you .
    Hopefully you guys are also going to like the next features

    With the version 2 coming out in few days, i receive a lot of emails asking me what "support for the flex framework" means. Well it simply means that i ll export the flex api to java(GWT), just like i did with the other apis.

    The idea of this project started with a discussion with a customer who had a team of java developers and wanted to write flex based AIR applications without going the AS3 way. They asked me if it s possible the export flex to java. The first time i said i dont think so
    The problem with flex is that the mxml compiler generates a lot of code under the hood. And even if you take a look at the generated code you can not learn much from it because it es really cripted
    So i had to find a way to manually load flex. I wont explain how i did it here since the project will be open source anyway , but after the release one will be able to do something like this(I m stiill working on the API though) :

    Code:
    ExampleButton testButton = new ExampleButton("Adobe Flex Test");
    testButton.addSelectionListener(new SelectionListener<ButtonEvent>() {
      @Override
    	public void componentSelected(ButtonEvent ce) {
    	FlexFrameworkWrapper.get().initFlex(FlexSkin.HALO, true, new FlexInitiaLizationHandler() {
    		@Override
    		 protected void onInitialization() {
    		Button b2 = Button.newInstance();
    		b2.setLabel("I m an sparkButton");
    		b2.setX(10);
    		b2.setY(10);
    		b2.setHeight(40);
    		Runtime.trace(b2);
    		Panel panel = Panel.newInstance();
    		panel.setTitle("Gwt4Air 4 Air Rocks");
    		com.ekambi.gwt.air.flex.client.mx.controls.Button b = com.ekambi.gwt.air.flex.client.mx.controls.Button.newInstance();
    		b.setLabel("I m a mxButton");
    		b.setX(10);
    		b.setY(60);
    		b.setHeight(40);
                    
                    DateChooser dc = DateChooser.newInstance();
    		dc.setX(148);
    		dc.setY(10);
    		panel.addElement(b2.asIVisualElement());
    		panel.addElement(b.asIVisualElement());
    		panel.addElement(dc.asIVisualElement());
    		
                     FlexFrameworkWrapper.get().addChild(panel);
    		 FileSystemDataGrid grid = FileSystemDataGrid.newInstance();
    		
                      grid.setX(500);
    		  grid.setY(10);
    		  FlexFrameworkWrapper.get().addChild(grid);
    						
    		com.ekambi.gwt.air.flex.client.mx.containers.Panel mxPanel = com.ekambi.gwt.air.flex.client.mx.containers.Panel.newInstance();
    		mxPanel.setTitle("FileSystemTree");
    		mxPanel.setX(10);
    		mxPanel.setY(350);
    		mxPanel.setWidth(455);
    		mxPanel.setHeight(200);
    						
    		FileSystemTree fileSystemTree = FileSystemTree.newInstance();
    		mxPanel.addElement(fileSystemTree.asIVisualElement());
    		
                    FlexFrameworkWrapper.get().addChild(mxPanel);
    		
    						});
    
    					}
    				});
    			}
    		});
    you can see the result here :
    [INLINE]24057[/INLINE]


    Like always feedbacks are very welcome.
    stay tuned

    Regards,

    Alain
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