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Each State consisting of a new Conatiner
Ravi Kiran Va
Joined: Apr 18, 2009
May 28, 2010 06:00:09
I have seen a example regarding View states , where the coding is in this way :
An Application container consisting of two states , where in each state there is a Form Added , something this way shown below :
<mx:Application> <mx:states> <mx:state name="Login"> <mx:addChild> <mx:form name ="LoginForm"> // Some componets with respect to Form Container here </mx:form> </mx:state> <mx:state name="Register"> <mx:addChild> <mx:form name ="Register"> // Some componets with respect to Form Container here </mx:form> </mx:state> </mx:states> </mx:Application>
This works fine and looks nice .
I am having a question here "Is this type of coding is nice ??"
will this make sense as i read that states help in maintaing different views with same conatiner , but in this example the user is creating a new conatiner for every state ??
Please share your ideas .
Thanks for reading .
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May 30, 2010 09:54:56
I'm not sure I see what is wrong with that approach. What concerns you?
I agree. Here's the link:
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