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  • Miti's Blog » flex
    just too easy xml version 1 0 encoding utf 8 mx Application xmlns mx http www adobe com 2006 mxml layout absolute mx Script CDATA import mx controls Alert work from home jobs in nc import generated webservices HelloWorldResultEvent import generated webservices Service public function sayHello void var service Service new Service service addhelloWorldEventListener function event HelloWorldResultEvent void Alert show event result service helloWorld myName text mx Script mx TextInput x 176 y 171 id myName mx Text x 70 y 173 text Enter Your Name mx Button x 344 y 171 label Click to receive greeting click sayHello mx Application Categories flash builder flex Tags DataGrid Confirm a Grid change event using an Alert popup July 9th 2008 mpricope No comments Today I saw an interesting post on FlexCoders Suppose you have an editable DataGrid and you want to confirm through an Alert if the change should be made or not Preventing the change is easy you just need hook onto the itemEditEnd and call event preventDefault The problem arises when you want to confirm this with the user using an Alert This is because the Alert show call is asynchronous This means that the grid event will complete before the user can choose Yes or No public function editEnd event ataGridEvent void Alert show Do you want to save changes Save changes Alert YES Alert NO null function ev CloseEvent void if ev detail Alert YES LABEL2 This will be reached long after the LABEL1 has been reached So at this point the grid has been executed the default behavior for the change event LABEL1 Because of the asynchronous nature this will be reached right after the Alert show call So my idea of solving this was to save the new value prevent the default grid behavior of updating the dataProvider and update the data provider manually on the Alert show closeHandler Here is some code that illustrates this xml version 1 0 encoding utf 8 mx WindowedApplication xmlns mx http www adobe com 2006 mxml initialize initData layout absolute mx Script CDATA import mx controls TextInput import mx controls Alert import mx collections import mx events private var DGArray Array Artist Pavement Album Slanted and Enchanted Price 11 99 Artist Pavement Album Brighten the Corners Price 11 99 Bindable public var initDG ArrayCollection public function initData void initDG new ArrayCollection DGArray public function editEnd event DataGridEvent void Save the data before calling Alert var myEditor TextInput TextInput event currentTarget itemEditorInstance Get the new value from the editor var newVal String myEditor text var dataObject Object event itemRenderer data var property String event dataField Alert show Do you want to save changes Save changes Alert YES Alert NO null function ev CloseEvent void If we have clicked YES then update the data collection manually if ev detail Alert YES dataObject property newVal toString initDG itemUpdated dataObject property prevent data grid to update his dataProvider collection event preventDefault mx Script mx DataGrid id myGrid width 350 height 200 dataProvider

    Original URL path: http://miti.pricope.com/category/flex/page/2/ (2016-02-08)
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  • Miti's Blog » On Open Source and Communism
    as they are if creators of proprietary software think they provide superior content let the market decide the how much their superior product is worth The intent of the people seeding this debate is to make people draw lines in the sand where there are none as long as people continue to take the bait by participating on either side advancement via innovation will be suppressed by the idiots more focused on innovating their ability to piss people off than they are focused on promoting the growth of the very innovation they claim they are defending In fact the focus on innovation is fucking ridiculous now that I think about it This is about MONEY and who s stealing from who when the truth is that we ve all taken from one another let s stop defending our own hegemony in our little socioeconomic circles stop feeling sorry for our loss of income or our suppressed potential and simply create the best things we can because we appreciate our uniquely human opportunity to manipulate the world around us with our minds we can even actively control our own perceptions through awareness Stop all of the fucking mindless dogma because its just stupidity and laziness and we all know we have more control than we act like we do cosmin December 10th 2008 at 01 29 4 Reply Quote The community should build software for itself and everybody should use the software Anyone who is caught in the act of selling buying or using commercial software will be prosecuted Commercial Software is a CRIME klaut December 10th 2008 at 02 21 5 Reply Quote Let me just point out that open source doesn t necessarily mean free as in free beer Yes they do usually come hand in hand but one does not imply the other so yes i am also a strong believer in open source software ps your security code is extremely hard to read m December 10th 2008 at 03 43 6 Reply Quote communism had censorship and secret agencies open source software doesn t have this as it can be seen by the user patrick riley December 13th 2008 at 04 22 7 Reply Quote this is an interesting topic one I am particularly troubled about Supporting the commodization of software by freely giving away code pretty much ensures I won t be working as a software developer down the road I m taking the Kantian approach here what if everyone gave away source code Its been discussed in frequent rants on Slashdot about the race to zero and in essence I think its true Its very likely software would become completely free and new innovations would quickly get replicated by the open source model However for this to actually occur it would require a larger base of open source contributors to compete This is why your comparison of open source ideals with communistic ideals is valid the end result is community maintained software and software innovators

    Original URL path: http://miti.pricope.com/2008/12/08/on-open-source-and-communism/ (2016-02-08)
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  • Miti's Blog » EU University Tour
    work Flash and Air have evolved into mature runtimes and RIA start changing how we see Internet computing So I believe that it might be interesting technology to be considered both by researcher and students as a practical support for their work So if you are interested to include your university in this tour drop me a message and I will be more than happy to work out the details for a possible presentation Categories events Tags Comments are closed Words are not enough On how experience changes the way we use the Internet Flex and Ajax RSS feed Recent Posts Geeky business Using Illustrator Flash Catalyst and Flash Builder to create an avatar widget Moving on Enterprise RIA Transport Tycoon Hard Play No Flash on the iPhone yet Data Centric Development with Flash Builder 4 MAX Skinning a list in Flex 4 Magnifier Effect Integrating PayPal Express Checkout with AIR and Flex Using Amazon Flexible Payment System with Flex AIR The infamous Error 2044 Unhandled StatusEvent level error code on LocalConnection Categories air ajax alchemy coldfusion conferences debugging events flash builder Flash Player 10 flex open source payment gateways ria thinking tips tricks tutorials Uncategorized video Blogroll Ben Forta

    Original URL path: http://miti.pricope.com/2009/01/22/eu-university-tour/ (2016-02-08)
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