Adobe Flex Builder 3
|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||WindowsVista, XP, WinXP|
|Last updated:||10 Jan 2011|
|File size:||459.79 MB|
Publisher description for Adobe Flex Builder 3
Adobe Flex Builder 3 is a free, open source framework for building highly interactive, expressive web applications that deploy consistently on all major browsers, desktops and operating systems. It provides a modern, standards-based language and programming model that supports common design patterns. MXML, a declarative XML-based language, is used to describe UI layout and behaviors, and ActionScript 3, a powerful OO programming language is used to create client logic. Flex also includes a rich component library with over 100 proven, extensible UI components for creating RIAs, as well as an interactive Flex application debugger. Rich Internet applications created with Flex Builder can run in the browser using the ubiquitous Adobe Flash Player software or on the desktop on Adobe AIR. This enables Flex applications to run consistently across all major browsers and across operating systems on the desktop. And using Adobe AIR, the cross-operating system runtime, Flex applications can now access local data and system resources on the desktop. You can accelerate application development with Adobe Flex Builder 3, a highly productive, Eclipse based development environment, and Adobe Live Cycle Data Services ES, a set of advanced data services that can be used in Flex development. Flex Builder 3 includes editors for MXML, ActionScript, and CSS, as well as syntax coloring, statement completion, code collapse, interactive step-through debugging, and more. Visually design and preview user interface layout, appearance, and behavior using a rich library of built-in components. Extend the built-in components or create new ones as needed. Interactively set and preview CSS values on any of your components in Flex Builder design view. Customize the appearance of an application using CSS and graphical property editors. Quickly set the most commonly used properties, and preview the results in design view to visualize how they affect each skin without needing to rebuild the application.