AdvancED Flex 4 by Shashank Tiwari

By Shashank Tiwari

Complex Flex four makes complicated Flex four recommendations and methods effortless. Ajax, RIA, net 2.0, mashups, cellular purposes, the main refined net instruments, and the good interactive net purposes are all coated with useful, visually orientated recipes.Completely up-to-date for the hot instruments in Flex 4Demonstrates tips to use Flex four to create strong and scalable enterprise-grade wealthy net Applications.Teaches you to construct high-performance net functions with interactivity that truly engages your clients.

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In the setUp() method, you add a button and set an event handler once the button is clicked. In your case, you will be dispatching myButtonClicked event. addChild( component ); } After you complete each test, you will remove the component from the UIImpersonator and set the component to null. removeChild( component ); component = null; } The first test you will create is a simple test to check what happens when the button is clicked. As you may recall, we have raised a myButtonClicked event. Once the event is dispatched, the handler will call the handleButtonClickEvent method.

Notice that you are using the addAsync function which indicates that you will wait 500 ms for the call to complete. The onResult method checks to ensure you got results. You really don’t care what type of results you get in this test. You are just checking that the load method received the results and added the results to the collection. You can also create another test to check the integrity of the data. as class. employeesCollection ); } } } Compile the class and observe the compile time errors.

Support the expected, async, order, timeout, and ui attributes. [RunWith]: Used to select the runner to be used. [Ignore]: Instead of commenting out a method, you can just place the ignore metadata. [Before]: Replaces the setup() method in FlexUnit 1 and allows using multiple methods. Supports async, timeout, order, and ui attributes. [After]: Replaces the teardown() method in FlexUnit 1 and allows using multiple methods. Supports async, timeout, order, and ui attributes. [BeforeClass]: Allows running methods before test class.

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