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  1. Hey… nice to see you blogging… was not aware about this…
    Nice blog and nice examples

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    • Ruth
    • June 30th, 2009

    We have come across your website and found it very interesting and relevant to what we do here at http://www.PeoplePerHour.com, one of the biggest freelance sites in the UK. We have noticed that you already have other related links on your website so it would be great if you could please let us know how we could add our link or job widget to your site as we’re confident it would be of great interest to your users.

    I look forward to hearing from you.

    Kind regards

    Ruth Ball

    http://www.PeoplePerHour.com

  3. @Ruth Yes, can add link to your site

    • ramesh
    • July 23rd, 2009

    Let me know how to exports data from flex to pdf,ms-excell and ppt. Please provide the sample code

    • I can’t share the source code of that, as it is part of a big Product we do.

    • suresh
    • August 23rd, 2009

    Very Good Work, all the best

  4. nice help… provide some links and dumps to add more functinality like running jars from AIR/Flex or adding java code to it.

    • shyam sundar
    • March 11th, 2010

    Hi,
    I saw this site http://www.india.adam-studio.com/
    My monitor is 15’inch with screen resolution is 800 x 600. So the site is not able to see fully. Only center part of the site is visible. After that i googled it and i found these solutions
    http://old.nabble.com/Resize-flex-app-swf-in-browser-td15278262.html

    http://flexzone.blogspot.com/2009/04/fluidelastic-layout-for-flex.html
    for automatic adjustment.

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