Representing Data in Default Item Renderers

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In this episode of the Flex in a Week training series, you will learn about the DataGroup container and how to use two default Spark item renderer to define a uniform, repeatable display for each record in a dataset.
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Representing Data in Default Item Renderers 00:11:58
 
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Creating a Custom Item Renderer 00:09:39
 
  • Flash Builder
 
Implementing a Spark Item Renderer in List-Based C... 00:03:18
 
  • Flash Builder
 
Creating and Formatting the DataGrid Control 00:17:29
 
  • Flash Builder
 
Creating Item Renderers and Item Editors 00:23:11
 
  • Flash Builder
 
Understanding Navigator Containers 00:08:42
 
  • Flash Builder
 
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  • Flash Builder
 
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Animating States with Transitions 00:23:53
 
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