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FlexPad is an open source UI toolkit for building Rich Internet Applications for the Apple Mobile Product Suite, such as the iPad,and iPhone.

http://code.google.com/p/flexpad/

This was made by one of Codempire’s Elite Team Members, Anton Krasnoshchok

Feel free to let us know if you have any suggestions, questions, etc. Anton will expand the toolkit as he go’s along, but we would definitely like some feedback.

Hopefully this will help others begin making Business Oriented Applications to deliver to their Clients,and to build Real World Applications to make doing business easier across multi platform devices for the web ,and mobile.

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DaniMun
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Congrats for the initiative, guys, but forgive my asking – how’s the UI toolkit gonna work on the iDevices since they don’t have any native Flash support whatsoever?

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doru
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Congrats for the initiative, guys, but forgive my asking – how’s the UI toolkit gonna work on the iDevices since they don’t have any native Flash support whatsoever?

you can export your application from flash

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Congrats for the initiative, guys, but forgive my asking – how’s the UI toolkit gonna work on the iDevices since they don’t have any native Flash support whatsoever?

We highly encourage everyone to download trial builds of Flash Builder 4.5 and Flash Catalyst CS 5 .5. Take the new mobile workflows for a spin and leverage Flex to build smartphone and tablet applications for Google Android (we will be shipping an update to Flex 4.5 SDK and Flash Builder 4.5 in June that will enable Flex project support on Apple iOS and Blackberry Tablet OS). Additionally, brush up on the dozens of new coding features in Flash Builder 4.5 that help you write MXML and ActionScript code better and faster. And of course, take advantage of the new bi-directional workflow newly introduced between Flash Builder 4.5 and Flash Catalyst CS 5 .5.

http://blogs.adobe.com/flex/2011/05/flex-4-5-sdk-flash-builder-4-5-and-flash-catalyst-cs-5-5-now-available.html

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sergibh
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Congratulations, it looks cool, great job.

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Congratulations, it looks cool, great job.

Thanks Sergibh, We hope you will find it usefull and help spread the word :)

Here is the current component package.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<componentpackage>
        <!-- Button -->
        <component class="com.flexpad.ButtonGrey" id="ButtonGrey" />
        <component class="com.flexpad.ButtonBlack" id="ButtonBlack" />
        <component class="com.flexpad.ButtonBlue" id="ButtonBlue" />
        <component class="com.flexpad.ButtonGreyBlue" id="ButtonGreyBlue" />
        <component class="com.flexpad.ButtonRed" id="ButtonRed" />
        <component class="com.flexpad.BackButtonGrey" id="BackButtonGrey" />
        <component class="com.flexpad.BackButtonBlack" id="BackButtonBlack" />
        <component class="com.flexpad.Switch" id="Switch" />
        <component class="com.flexpad.CheckBox" id="CheckBox" />
        <component class="com.flexpad.RadioButton" id="RadioButton" />
        <component class="com.flexpad.ArrowButton" id="ArrowButton" />
        <component class="com.flexpad.AddBlueButton" id="AddBlueButton" />
        <component class="com.flexpad.AddGreenButton" id="AddGreenButton" />
        <component class="com.flexpad.RemoveButton" id="RemoveButton" />
        <!-- Text -->
        <component class="com.flexpad.HintTextInput" id="HintTextInput" />
        <component class="com.flexpad.SearchTextInput" id="SearchTextInput" />
        <component class="com.flexpad.ButtonLabel" id="ButtonLabel" />
        <!-- Bar -->
        <component class="com.flexpad.BarGrey" id="BarGrey" />
        <component class="com.flexpad.BarBlack" id="BarBlack" />
        <component class="com.flexpad.BarBlackSemiTrans" id="BarBlackSemiTrans" />
        <component class="com.flexpad.TabBarBlack" id="TabBarBlack" />
        <component class="com.flexpad.ButtonBarGrey" id="ButtonBarGrey" />
        <component class="com.flexpad.ButtonBarBlack" id="ButtonBarBlack" />
        <component class="com.flexpad.LargeButtonBarGrey" id="LargeButtonBarGrey" />
        <component class="com.flexpad.BarBlackLabel" id="BarBlackLabel" />
        <component class="com.flexpad.BarGreyLabel" id="BarGreyLabel" />
        <!-- List -->
        <component class="com.flexpad.List" id="List" />
        <component class="com.flexpad.ListItemRendererHintLabel" id="ListItemRendererHintLabel" />
        <!-- Panel -->
        <component class="com.flexpad.AlertPanel" id="AlertPanel" />
        <!-- Table -->
        <component class="com.flexpad.Table" id="Table" />
        <component class="com.flexpad.TableRow" id="TableRow" />
        <!-- Popover -->
        <!-- SplitView -->
        <component class="com.flexpad.SplitViewHeader" id="SplitViewHeader" />
        <component class="com.flexpad.SplitViewLeft" id="SplitViewLeft" />
        <component class="com.flexpad.SplitViewRight" id="SplitViewRight" />
        <component class="com.flexpad.ViewStack" id="ViewStack" />
        <!-- Other -->
        <component class="com.flexpad.Scroller" id="Scroller" />
        <component class="com.flexpad.VSlider" id="VSlider" />
        <component class="com.flexpad.HSlider" id="HSlider" />
</componentpackage>

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Congrats for the initiative, guys, but forgive my asking – how’s the UI toolkit gonna work on the iDevices since they don’t have any native Flash support whatsoever?

The New Version of Flash Builder,and Flex are have shipped ,and include new iOS support. :)

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Congrats for the initiative, guys, but forgive my asking – how’s the UI toolkit gonna work on the iDevices since they don’t have any native Flash support whatsoever?
you can export your application from flash

Exactly, anyone can use Flash CS5 as well.

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vuzum
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WOW , very good job!

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WOW , very good job!

Thanks Bobocel, I will let Anton know that this is getting good feedback :) We would love to hear some suggestions, in regards to how we can improve. I am personally helping as a Contributor,and will be able to help figure out the best possibilities.

Thanks for your feedback.

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