Why re-invent the wheel? There are plenty of HTML based alternatives and unless you have some specific intention or UI plan to take the genre forward, then you may as well stick with very well tried solutions.
You mean to use Flex with Normal HTML ??
If i do so , i think i will not get the look and Feel with HTML .
So the reason i decided to use complete Flex so that my site look will be great .
Any ideas as how to implement this ??
Thanks in advnace.
I meant "Don't use flex" unless you have some superb new design for a forum. I suspect that if you already had such a design, you wouldn't need to ask the question. Flex for Flex sake isn't good.
There are already great html forum solutions out there.
Basically, there's no point in duplicating in Flex what is already done in HTML, unless the Flex version offers a significant improvement to the user experience in some way.
I am not aware of any Flex forum implementations and there is probably a good reason for that.
Maybe someone else will know of one.