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10.1 Source and Spark

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I have two simple questions:

1 - When the FP 10.1 version source code will be distributed?

2 - Are there any plans to migrating all components to Spark? So we can customize with skins and other spark features...

Regards

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Level 2

Sorry, the latest version has the 10.1 source code... So i have just the spark question...

Regards.

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Employee

We are doing some work in this area but at this point in time it's going pretty slow since not all the old component have been ported to Spark yet or are missing some of the functionalities we were using.

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Hi there,

For 2, which components do you most need migrated? In general, most of the

pods can be re-skinned for Spark by using their models and binding them to

new UIs (SimpleChatModel, etc). Whiteboard is perhaps the biggest exception

- that one will take a while, since Spark doesn't currently have all of the

components the whiteboard uses (colorpickers, etc).

nigel

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Level 2

Hello, thanks for your answer. It would be good to have the Roster migrated

to Spark, so we can customize with the new skin features and avoid some

weird errors that appear in Flex 4, and are reported somewhere here in the

forums.

Best Regards.

2011/2/11 Nigel Pegg <forums@adobe.com>

Hi there,

>

For 2, which components do you most need migrated? In general, most of the

pods can be re-skinned for Spark by using their models and binding them to

new UIs (SimpleChatModel, etc). Whiteboard is perhaps the biggest exception

- that one will take a while, since Spark doesn't currently have all of the

components the whiteboard uses (colorpickers, etc).

>

nigel

>

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Former Community Member

Hi there,

The roster that ships w/ the SDK is intentionally very simplistic - you can

easily build your own by binding a List component like so :

<s:List dataProvider={myConnectSession.userManager.userCollection}

labelField="displayName"/>

From there, skin away just like you would any list control in spark.

hope that helps

nigel