What's a flex frame? Is it like one used with FlashAuthoring tools?
I've read that a flex app has two frames and both executes a specific sequence. For example the first one loads the application and RSL, the second one visualises the application on screen.
Are there any differences between frames (understood as the unit that contains actionbscript code) and frames (generally understood as the time slot between two consecutive time slots linked with enterframe events)?
Thanks in advance!
When writing Flex applications, it is most times best to forget about frames as seen in the Flash Authoring timeline, because in general they don't apply in the Flex world.
There may be some extremely rare cases when you need to consider frames, and in this case some stuff loads before frame one, but like I said, in general, forget about frames.
Here is more info on what happens when Flex apps load:
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I have an other question for you!
What's a frame?Is it essentially a time slot or a logic unit which contains actionscript code, bitmap, ecc.?
Are there any differences between frames, understood as the unit that contains actionscript code (as in Creative Suites), and frame ticks generally understood as the time slot between two consecutive enterframe events?