This is beginner question that I suppose I should know the
answer to by now, but when you declare Bindable variables in AS or
<mx:Script>, do you have to explicitly do it for each
variable, or does the [Bindable] tag apply to everything after
it...? I hate doing it for each one because it takes up unnecessary
space in my code! </complaining>
you can declare whole class bindable and than everything
inside is bindable,
but be carefull bindable is somewhat expensive feature, I
would suggest not using it extensively unless you really need to
use it, sometimes its better to write one extra line instead of
using [Bindable] ..
but , on the other hand, for remote Classes you need to make
whole class bindable.
When you use the [Bindable] metadata tag before a public
class definition, it only applies to public properties; it does not
apply to private or protected properties, or to properties defined
in any other namespace.
You must insert the [Bindable] metadata tag before a
nonpublic property to make it usable as the source for a data