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mxml package for HTTPService

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03-03-2009

First off, I am a newb. I just installed FB3 the other day
and been learning. I found a cool example that I wanted to try
using the HTTPService call. It seems that I don't have the mxml
package that this resides. I searched my PC and it isn't local, so
where do I get it? And how do I load it into my project so that I
can use it!



Thanks!

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05-03-2009

I suggest that you use adobe's example as it provides an
HTTPService exercise and instructions for using their "starter.zip"
file. They offer free online video training here:




http://www.adobe.com/devnet/flex/videotraining/

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13-03-2009

If you just installed FB you should have all you need to use
HTTPService. Just create one in MXML or AS and you should be good
to go.



See the FB 3 help sys for HTTPService examples and
code.