ADOBE FLEX 3 ADVANCED DATA VISUALIZATION DEVELOPER GUIDE

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ADVANCED DATA VISUALIZATION DEVELOPER GUIDE

  • Chapter 1: Introduction to Charts
    • About charting
    • Using the charting controls
    • About the series classes
    • About the axis classes
    • About charting events
    • Creating charts in ActionScript
    • Defining chart data
      • Using chart data
      • Sources of chart data
      • Structure of chart data
      • Changing chart data at run time
  • Chapter 2: Chart Types
    • Using area charts
    • Using bar charts
    • Using bubble charts
      • Using multiple series in BubbleChart controls
    • Using candlestick charts
    • Using column charts
      • Creating floating column charts
    • Using HighLowOpenClose charts
    • Using line charts
      • Formatting lines
      • Using vertical lines in a LineChart control
    • Using pie charts
      • Using data labels with PieChart controls
      • Creating doughnut charts
      • Creating exploding pie charts
    • Using plot charts
    • Using multiple data series
    • Using multiple axes
  • Chapter 3: Formatting Charts
    • Applying chart styles
      • Applying styles with CSS
      • Applying styles inline
      • Applying styles by binding tag definitions
      • Using ChartElement objects
    • Setting padding properties
    • Formatting tick marks
    • Formatting axis lines
    • Using strokes with chart controls
      • Defining AxisRenderer properties with strokes
      • Using strokes in ActionScript
      • Defining strokes for LineSeries and AreaSeries
    • Using fills with chart controls
      • Setting fills with CSS
      • Using gradient fills with chart controls
      • Using different alpha values with fills
    • Using filters with chart controls
    • Using chart grid lines
      • Formatting chart grid lines with MXML
      • Formatting chart grid lines with CSS
      • Formatting chart grid lines with ActionScript
    • Positioning chart axes
    • Rotating chart axis labels
    • Skinning ChartItem objects
      • Using multiple renderer classes
      • Creating custom renderers
    • Formatting Legend controls
  • Chapter 4: Displaying Data and Labels
    • Working with axes
    • About the CategoryAxis class
    • About the NumericAxis class
      • About the LinearAxis subclass
      • About the LogAxis subclass
      • About the DateTimeAxis subclass
    • Adding axis titles
    • Defining axis labels
      • Disabling axis labels
      • Customizing axis labels
      • Setting ranges
    • Using data labels
      • Adding data labels
      • Styling data labels
      • Customizing data label values
    • Using DataTip objects
      • Customizing the text inside a DataTip object
      • Showing multiple DataTip objects
      • Customizing DataTip values
      • Creating custom DataTip renderers
    • Using per-item fills
    • Using the minField property
    • Stacking charts
    • Using Legend controls
      • Adding a Legend control to your chart
      • Creating a custom Legend control
  • Chapter 5: Using Events and Effects in Charts
    • Handling user interactions with charts
      • About chart events
      • About chart data events
      • Using the HitData object
      • Changing mouse sensitivity
      • Disabling interactivity
    • Using effects with charts
      • Using standard effect triggers
      • Using charting effect triggers
      • Charting effects with data series
      • Applying effects with ActionScript
    • Drilling down into data
    • Selecting chart items
      • Methods of chart item selection
      • Working with ChartItem objects to access chart data
      • About selection events
      • Clearing selections
      • Using the selection API to create new charts
      • Dragging and dropping ChartItem objects
    • Drawing on chart controls
      • Using offsets for data coordinates
      • Using multiple axes with data canvases
  • Chapter 6: Using the AdvancedDataGrid Control
    • About the AdvancedDataGrid control
      • Displaying hierarchical and grouped data
      • Migrating from the DataGrid control
      • Example: Creating column groups
    • Sorting by multiple columns
    • Styling rows and columns
      • Styling rows
      • Styling columns
      • Using a data formatter in a column
    • Selecting multiple cells and rows
    • Hierarchical and grouped data display
      • Setting the data provider with hierarchical data
      • Controlling the navigation tree of the AdvancedDataGrid control
      • Setting navigation tree icons and labels
      • Using the groupIconFunction and groupLabelFunction properties
      • Creating a separate column for the navigation tree
    • Displaying hierarchical data
      • Defining hierarchical data with an ArrayCollection
      • Displaying hierarchical XML data
    • Displaying grouped data
      • Calling the GroupingCollection.refresh() method
      • Using the default MXML property of the GroupingCollection class
      • Setting the name of the GroupLabel field
      • Creating a column for the GroupLabel field
      • Creating groups in ActionScript
      • Creating summary rows
    • Creating column groups
      • Dragging and dropping columns in the group
      • Using grouped columns with hierarchical data
      • Specify a data field for the AdvancedDataGridColumnGroup class
    • Using item renderers with the AdvancedDataGrid control
      • Using an item renderer
      • Using a renderer to generate column data
      • Using an item renderer that spans an entire row
    • Keyboard navigation
  • Chapter 7: Creating OLAP Data Grids
    • About OLAP data grids
      • About the OLAPDataGrid control
      • About creating an OLAP data grid
      • About OLAP cubes
      • About OLAP schemas
      • About OLAP queries
      • The differences between the OLAPDataGrid and the AdvancedDataGrid control
      • Example using the OLAPDataGrid control
    • Creating an OLAP schema
      • General form of a schema definition
      • Specifying the aggregation method for a measure
      • Creating a schema dimension
      • Creating a default member in a schema
    • Creating OLAP queries
      • Creating a query
      • Preparing a cube for a query
      • Creating a query axis
      • Executing a query and returning the results to an OLAPDataGrid control
      • Using the default member in a query
      • Specifying a default cell string for the OLAPDataGrid control
    • Writing a query for a simple OLAP cube
      • Defining a query for a simple cube
      • Add all members to an axis
      • Add explicit members to a query
    • Writing a query for a complex OLAP cube
    • Creating a multidimensional axis in an OLAPDataGrid control
      • Creating a slicer axis
      • Creating a query using a nondefault measure
      • Using a slicer axis to reduce the dimensionality of the query result
    • Configuring the display of an OLAPDataGrid
      • Styling cells of the OLAPDataGrid control by using a callback function
      • Using an item renderer with the OLAPDataGrid control
      • Resolving item renderer conflicts
      • Using an item renderer to apply styles to an OLAPDataGrid control
  • Chapter 8: Creating Applications for Testing
    • About automating applications with Flex
    • Tasks and techniques for testable applications overview
    • Compiling applications for testing
      • Use run-time loading
      • Testing applications that load external libraries
    • Creating testable applications
      • Providing meaningful identification of objects
      • Avoiding duplication of objects
      • Coding containers
    • Understanding the automation framework
      • About the automation interfaces
      • Automated testing workflow with the QTP automation tool
    • Instrumenting events
      • Instrumenting existing events
    • Instrumenting custom components
      • Creating a delegate class
      • Using the class definitions file
      • Setting the automationName property
    • Instrumenting composite components
    • Example: Instrumenting the RandomWalk custom component for QTP
      • Instrumenting the RandomWalk custom component
      • Instrumenting RandomWalk events
      • Preparing the RandomWalk component for playback
      • Linking the delegate to an application
      • Adjusting event recording
      • Adding checkpoints
  • Chapter 9: Creating Custom Agents
    • About creating custom agents
      • Uses for agents
    • About the automation APIs
      • About the SystemManager class
      • About the AutomationManager class
      • About the Automation class
      • About the delegate classes
      • About the agent
    • Understanding the automation flow
    • Creating agents
    • Creating a recording agent
      • Using the CustomAdapter class
    • Creating a replaying agent
      • Using the AutoQuick example
      • About the AutoQuick example
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