March 28, 2008

fxspy for real time testing of UI element properties in your app

Filed under: cool, dev, flex, tool — michaelangela @ 1:13 am

And this could be a real life saver. How do you check your changes without having to make a change, recompile and retest? This can help. It even has a “find the component” to let you get a handle on the specific item you want to modify. This is going to be immediately useful. I have a lot of UI things to work with now. 🙂

fxspy – Google Code

Flex-Spy allow you to inspect and dynamically change most properties and styles of the visual components in your Flex application. You can – for example – try out a specific width or a background color for your component before changing it in your code.

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