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Flex 3 in Action by Faisal Abid, Jon Hirschi, Tariq Ahmed

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Chapter 17. Custom components

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You’ve come a long way in a short amount of time in your journey through Flex. In fact, you now know enough to create a standard Flex application.

You can capture and validate input from the user, interact with back-end data services to get and transmit data, and format and display information. This is fine and dandy, but unless you like having all your code in one huge file, you’ll need to know how to break your application into smaller, reusable ...

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