Degrafa for Flex in Action: Repeaters

July 16, 2007

Juan from ScaleNine has published another great post where he discusses repeaters in Degrafa and how they work. It’s definitely one of my preferred extender type objects in Degrafa. The lines of typing and time you can save with repeaters is immediately evident once you get comfortable and put them to good use.

If you’re creative you can get nice visuals in a wide variety just by tweaking a couple of properties, all with minimal MXML mark-up.

I look forward to talking about some of the other types of extenders that will be available in Degrafa very soon.

See it here.

Jason Hawryluk

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2 Responses to “Degrafa for Flex in Action: Repeaters”

  1. Mike Britton Says:

    This stuff is great. Forgive me if I missed a previous link to the source, but when will it be released so I can play with it?

  2. Nicer Says:

    Nice post!


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