3 Replies Latest reply on Jun 8, 2009 11:07 AM by BennyBeta

    New to Flex

    BearcatRunner

      I am looking at purchasing Flex and want to produce charts like the google.com or wiki Invest.  Where you see the a numeric value such as stock price and then can see the events on the chart and get a more detailed reveiw of the events by clicking on them.

       

      Can I do this with just Flex?  If so do I need the professional version.  Do I need anything else like AIR?  Any help would be greatly appreciated.

       

      Thanks,

        • 1. Re: New to Flex
          BennyBeta Level 4

          I believe you'll need to professional version to do charts.

           

          AIR is free.

           

          Let me know if that helps or you have any more questions...

           

          Ben Edwards

          • 2. Re: New to Flex
            BearcatRunner Level 1
            1. Thanks for the quick response but I need more of a concrete answer than I believe.  I would like to hear from someone who has actually created them and would love to see an example.  I know google used Flex and I have seen what I like but I would like to do more with the charts than what I can now.  Which is why I am looking at purchasing FLEX.  However, my company is going to be very ticked off if I spend money and cannot create these charts.

            Any help would be greatly appreciated.

            • 3. Re: New to Flex
              BennyBeta Level 4

              Feature comparison for Flex Builder 3 standard and professional:

              http://www.adobe.com/products/flex/upgrade/

               

              By the way, Flex (the framework) is free, you only pay for Flex Builder (if you want).

               

              Let me know if that helps...


              Ben Edwards