11-02-2010 01:10 PM
i believe you need to tell us a bit more about your code. Do you use pure AS3 or do you use Flex (the Flex 4.5 components?)? Cause well, there are many ways to change the view
11-02-2010 01:13 PM - edited 11-02-2010 01:13 PM
I am using AS3 and qnx package. From what I understood only pure AS3 is fully supported at the moment? Where can i find Flex 4.5 components? Thanks
11-02-2010 01:19 PM
To get the 4.5 components, you need to download the Flex 4.5 SDK:
The easiest way to get you started is to download the latest Flash Builder 4 (codename "Burrito"), it already contains the Flex 4.5 SDK:
Then, follow the tutorials and samples:
When you are done trying on your Desktop environnement, install the BlackBerry SDK and choose this SDK in your project properties so that you can deploy it to the simulator
11-02-2010 01:42 PM
11-02-2010 05:27 PM
well, then i'm not the best pure AS3 coder but i guess you only have to add your component using addChild and size it the same size as the stage.
There are many tutorials online, you should find quickly
11-02-2010 05:46 PM
I am getting the following error when trying to debug:
cant get pass it!
11-02-2010 06:02 PM
The FlashBuilder launch command was similarly broken for me, I opted to use cmd line which is alot less error prone, and gives you full control.
To answer your question, there is not really the concept of "Views" in AS3, but you have movieclips and sprite, which are containers, and they can hold anything you want.
Typically a "View" is a movieclip or sprite, with a bunch of children, and you can addChild() removeChild() whatever.