Apache Flex 4.11 Released!

Categories: Flex; Tagged with: ; @ November 26th, 2013 20:46

Apache released Flex 4.11 on Oct 28. some improvement for DataGrid, AdvancedDataGrid, BitmapImage.


What’s new in Apache Flex v4.11.0?

The Apache Flex 4.11.0 SDK allows application developers to build expressive web and mobile applications using MXML for layout and ActionScript 3, an ECMAScript based language for client-side scripting.

The Apache Flex 4.11.0 release contains many improvements that professional software development teams will appreciate. This advances the framework forward. It is truly one of the best cross-platform programming languages used to write applications that are testable and can be compiled to run on multiple technology platforms from a single set of code.

Apache Flex 4.11.0 highlights include:

  • Support Flash Player 11.9.
  • Support for AIR 3.9.
  • 120 and 640 dpi mobile resolution/skin support, fixes to 480dpi skins.
  • mx:AdvancedDataGrid and mx:DataGrid speed improvements.
  • Added column sort type access to the datagrid columns in mx:Datagrid, s:Datagrid, and mx:AdvancedDataGrid.
  • Able to easily change mx:AdvancedDataGrid row and column item renderer spanning.
  • s:DataGridEditor will now be visible in ASDocs and be visible in the Tag inspector.
  • Minor changes to make SDK compile with Falcon compiler.
  • Added access to imageDecodingPolicy in BitmapImage.
  • Changed UIComponent removedFromStageHandler from private to protected to allow override
  • New experimental mobile spark datagrid.
  • Updated OSMF swc to latest version (2.0)
  • Renamed experimental supportClazzes package to be supportClasses.
  • Mobile Callout moved to spark and can be used in Desktop and Browser apps.
  • Support for [Experimental] metadata tag.
  • Over 50 bugs/issues were closed with this release

For more information on Apache Flex, visit the project home page:

Apache Flex 4.9.1 Released!

Categories: Flex; Tagged with: ; @ March 1st, 2013 10:08

The Apache Flex community is pleased to announce the release of Apache Flex 4.9.1!

Apache Flex 4.9.1 is a minor update to Apache Flex 4.9.0 that fixes a locale issue and a few bugs. For a full list of changes please look in the RELEASE_NOTES.


Apache Flex 4.9.1 Release notes:
Apache Flex 4.9.1

Apache Flex 4.9.1 is a minor update to Apache Flex 4.9.

Differences from Apache Flex 4.9.0: 
  - Minor change to fix issue with changing locale.
  - Added AeonGraphical missing theme assets.
  - Fixed non debug compiler RTE (see ASC-2993).
  - Updated ASDocs to use correct logo.
  - Updated Mustella Japanese language pack tests to pass.
Bugs fixed:
  FLEX-33390 Can't embed SVG asset
  FLEX-33377 Focus can be transferred from a modal window to a non-modal window
             open in the background if clicked on some specific dimension of the
             non-modal window in the background i.e. by clicking on the extreme
             left i.e. x=0 dimension of the application
  FLEX-33384 Caret visible in all textinputs after they've been selected once
  FLEX-33381 Setting s:ComboBox#typicalItem produces unnecessarily long width
  FLEX-29002 RunTime Error #1009 at mx.managers::PopUpManagerImpl/addModalPopUpAccessibility()
             when displaying more than one modal popup via PopUpManager on top of each other

Adobe Released AIR 3.6 beta, Flash Player 11.6 beta,AIR SDK with ASC 2.0

Categories: Flex; Tagged with: ; @ January 17th, 2013 11:25

Updates to AIR 3.6 beta, Flash Player 11.6 beta, and AIR SDK with ASC 2.0 have been released to Adobe Labs for download:

AIR 3.6 beta – Deliver games, content and apps to multiple platforms using a common codebase. This update adds packaging and loading for multiple SWFs.

Flash Player 11.6 beta – This update includes graphics data query and full screen permission dialog UI improvements. Access a preview of the Stage3D extended profile

AIR SDK with ASC 2.0 – Preview 5 versions of AIR 3.4 SDK with ASC 2.0, AIR 3.5 SDK with ASC 2.0, and a pre-release version of AIR 3.6 SDK with ASC 2.0 Preview 5 are now available. These previews contain bug fixes as outlined in the updated release notes.

Here is a good post about ASC 2.0 : Introducing ASC 2.0

Apache Flex 4.9.0 Released! Apache 发布Flex 4.9

Categories: Flex; Tagged with: ; @ January 12th, 2013 9:46

The Apache Flex community is pleased to announce the release of Apache Flex 4.9.0!

Apache Flex is a highly productive, open source application framework for building and maintaining expressive applications that deploy consistently on all major browsers, desktops and devices (including smartphones, tablets and tv).

This is the first release since Apache Flex has been made a top level Apache Software Foundation project.

Apache Flex is available in source and binary form from the following download page: http://flex.apache.org/download.html

It’s recommended you install Apache Flex by using the Apache Flex IDE installer.

When downloading from a mirror site, please remember to verify the downloads using signatures or MD5 hashes.

For more information on Apache Flex, visit the project home page.

Thank you for using Apache Flex,
The Apache Flex Community


Apache Flex度过孵化期,成为Apache正式成员 Apache Flex now an official Apache project

Categories: Flex December 24th, 2012 13:58

On 12/19/2012 the Apache Software Foundation Board has voted this project in as a TLP (Top-Level Project). We will now be known as the Apache Flex project. More updates to come!

The Official Flex Team BlogApache Flex now an official Apache project!

As you may recall, Flex was donated to the Apache Software Foundation at the end of 2011.  According to Apache rules, we had to spend some time in “incubation” to ensure that an active community could carry Flex forward independent from Adobe, and learn the “Apache way” of making release, building community and resolving conflict.

I am pleased to announce that in a recent Apache board meeting, they approved a resolution to “graduate” Apache Flex and make it a full-fledged top-level project at Apache!

The Apache Flex community is working on new releases as we speak with new locales and bug fixes, and exploring ways of cross-compiling ActionScript to JavaScript.

The Apache Flex URLs will be changing as part of the graduation process, but for now you can find us via this handy-dandy redirect: http://www.adobe.com/go/apacheflex

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