Well, I admit it took me entirely too long to get these files uploaded and I apologize to anyone who may have been waiting to get them. For those that weren’t waiting, the files I’m talking about are the files from the Spark Skinning session held by me and Chris Long at TexFlex09 back in November.
If you visit my TexFlex09 page, you’ll find a few things there including links to the two examples and a link to download a zip containing Chris’s PowerPoint and two Flex Project files (one for each example). One important thing to note is the Flex SDK build number used in the examples.
Again, sorry for the long delay in making the files available. Enjoy!
In case you haven’t seen it yet, Miller & Associates will be hosting TexFlex 09 and I’m excited (nervous) to say that I will be a part of the speaker lineup. Be sure to reserve your seat now (space is limited) and come check out my session on Spark Skinning. While your there, you should also be prepared to learn from and be blown away by some of the most awesome names around.
*** UPDATE (10/8/09) ***
I’m very happy and honored to announce that Chris Long will be joining me on the stage to help present Spark Skinning.
*** UPDATE ***
Here’s the full speaker list:
- Nate Beck
- Bob Tierney
- Mike Nimer
- Mike Smith
- Jonathan Campos
- Dimi Arhontidis
- Matt Bugbee
- James Ward
- Jason Fincanon (me)
- Chris Long
- Carter Bradford
- Joel Hooks
- Danny Dura
- Dan Blackman
SEE YOU THERE!
Next week I’ll be speaking at the Dallas Flex User Group (D-Flex) August meeting with group manager and Flex awesomeness, Jonathan Campos. Our topic will be Spark skinning in Flex 4. If you’ve read my articles on InsideRIA (here and here) or Jonathan’s post on his blog, you’ve seen an example of what we’ll be covering.
August 20, 2009 from 6:00pm – 9:00pm
The University of Texas at Dallas
School of Management, rm 1.502
800 W Campbell Rd, Richardson, TX
Parking is in LOT J and M
The rest of the meeting details can be found here. We look forward to seeing all who can make it out!
I’ve just posted the follow up to my first article on InsideRIA. Last time I wrote about getting started with Spark skins and we created a button. This time we add transitions between the states of that button.
I finished up my first blog post for InsideRIA this morning and thought I’d share on here as well. The topic I decided to cover is “Getting started with Spark skins”. I hope it helps someone out and I look forward to posting more on InsideRIA in the future.