Category Archives: Fade

Creating a custom creation complete effect on a Flex Alert control (redux)

In a previous example, “Creating a custom creation complete effect on a Flex Alert control”, we saw how you could specify an effect which gets played when an Alert control is displayed by setting the Alert control’s creationCompleteEffect style.

The following example shows how you can apply a parallel Fade/Move effect when the Alert control is created by setting the the creationCompleteEffect effect/style in MXML and ActionScript.

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Sequencing effects in Flex using the mx:Sequence tag (redux)

In a previous example, “Sequencing effects in Flex using the mx:Sequence tag”, we saw how you could sequence tween effects using the <mx:Sequence /> tag.

The following example shows how you can create the same sequenced effects using ActionScript instead of MXML.

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Creating a custom creation complete effect on a Flex Alert control

The following example shows how to specify an effect which gets played when an Alert control is displayed by setting the Alert control’s creationCompleteEffect style. You can also see how to embed both the normal and bold font using CSS and @font-face.

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Sequencing effects in Flex using the mx:Sequence tag

The following example shows how you can use the <mx:Sequence /> MXML tag in Flex to create combined effects which execute in order. This example shows how to fade a display object in, pause, and then fade a display object out. Also, the same thing but with a combination of Wipe effects.

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