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Flash Builder and Flex are perfect for your application.
I would start by going through the first few topics of the Flash Builder 4 help system to get a feel for the Flex application development process.
It would probably take a week or two of full-time work once you become productive in using Flex.
If you have even a small budget for this, I could spend a few hours getting you up to speed. I do consulting for individuals and small businesses on Flex. Just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Greg Lafrance - Flex 2 and 3 ACE certified
Flex Training and Support Services
Hey thanks Vackar.
I'll customize this for a start.
Thanks for taking out time and helping me out.
Now that a certified ACE professional has said 'Flex Can', I better get started.
I am doing this as a voluntary project. So no budget.
Just in case the school makes a provision for a budget, I'll surely get back to you.
If you want to do a quick overview (no charge), just let me know and we can do an online meeting with Mikogo.com.
thanks for such beautiful appliction which i on above link
i liked this application. hey can i get the source code of that application so that i can see it ones how that has been made.
this is my mail id email@example.com
just wondering why you specify that its a desktop app
wouldnt a web app be better, reach further
of course its pretty simple to do both, but I'd start with the web app first
I'd second that.
Definately go with the web based version.
It's very easy to build, you simply create an html wrapper for your compiled swf file, then host them on a server somewhere.
You know you can right click the quietlyscheming book and download the source if you wanted. The source doesn't compile for Flex 4, you have to make some changes that I have forgotten about but you can at least compare Ely Greenfield and Ruben's flipbook source code.
Anybody know which SDK version was used? In any case, this might prove useful...