Author Archives: Alexander Doroshko
Creating AIR installer (*.air), unsigned intermediate AIR package (*.airi) as well as generating self-signed certificate is possible in IntelliJ IDEA via Tools menu, Flex group, Package AIR Installation File action.
If you work on large projects with dozens of Flex modules (or facets) you’ll like this new feature of IntelliJ IDEA 9.0.2, which lets shorten project build time by compiling several independent Flex modules (facets) in parallel. To enable this … Continue reading
If you are working with Flexmojos Maven projects in IntelliJ IDEA 9, and have imported Flexmojos project as described in this post, and are planning to debug your application and browse through Flex SDK sources, this post is a must-read … Continue reading
GraniteDS technology allows to create enterprise web applications with Flex at client side and Java at server side. With IntelliJ IDEA you can develop GraniteDS projects with complete coding assistance both for Flex and Java, compile, deploy, run, and debug … Continue reading
In Maia, you can easily generate Flex Constructor, Getter, Setter, Event Handler, and toString() methods, and some other stuff by just pressing Alt+Insert when cursor is in *.mxml or *.as file. Let’s have a look at some examples.
Integration with Flex projects that are set up using Flexmojos Maven plugin is very much improved in IntelliJ IDEA 9 (Maia). Note: before starting please make sure that Maven Integration Extension plugin is enabled at Settings (Ctrl+Alt+S), Plugins page. If … Continue reading
This blog post is outdated. See tutorial: Import Flash Builder projects. Maia Flex support evolves rapidly — now you can import Flex projects created in Adobe Flash Builder (formerly known as Adobe Flex Builder). Maia makes this process easy … Continue reading
IntelliJ IDEA 8.1.3 includes initial support for importing Flex projects that are set up using Flexmojos Maven plugin. To start the import we need to have a compilable Flexmojos project that generates Flex compiler configuration file during compilation. Let’s take … Continue reading