I was just introduced to two incredibly useful tools.
FlexPMD helps to improve code quality by auditing any AS3/Flex source directory and detecting common bad practices.
fxSpy allow you to inspect and dynamically change most properties and styles of the visual components in your Flex application. You can – for example – try out a specific width or a background color for your component before changing it in your code.
If you haven’t yet seen them I highly recommend checking them out.
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Check out KapInspect, much better than fxSpy imo
KapInspect looks really cool, thanks!!
Nice! loving FlexPMD telling me how dumb i am. :o)
the following address for downloading Flex 4 version of AutoComplete components doesn’t exists!
Please Check it.
I’m sorry the link didn’t come though, could you please resend it (or tell me where it is on the site).
Here’s the link (from the AutoComplete page) http://web.me.com/hillelcoren/Site/AutoComplete-Gumbo.zip
in some pages of this weblog, you are mentioned that for download AutoComplete for flex 4 go to this link:
but this link doesn’t exists and (as you said) the correct link is:
Some Pages that the address is incorrect are:
http://hillelcoren.com/2009/12/16/flex-tip-two-really-useful-tools (Automatically Generated Section)
http://hillelcoren.com/flex-autocomplete/documentation/ (In First Comment)
The incorrect link for downloading Flex 4 version of AutoComplete is:
This link doesn’t exists and in some pages referred to this page for downloading Flex 4 compatible version of AutoComplete.
(I was said in previous comment that the incorrect link is: http://hillelcoren.com/2009/12/16/flex-tip-two-really-useful-tools/ which this page exists)