Open a link using Flex 2.0

Red-48x48 Some times we need to open a URL in a new window from our Flex applications.At Flex 1.5 we can use getURL method,as opposed,Flex 2.0 can use navigateToURL to realize it. Here is a straight and easy solution, The code is below:

Setting up Django on GoDaddy Deluxe Shared Hosting

Hardware-My-Computer-2-48x48 GoDaddy Deluxe Shared Hosting supports Python CGI, but has no shell access.

I’ll find out if the FastCGI they advertise as being available for Ruby on Rails could also be made accessible to Python by following the Shared Hosting instructions at the bottom of

Make an AJAX call with the Extjs framework

lightning-sign-48x48 Every day it’s more common make AJAX calls in our Web applications, so here is a very easy way to make it using the Extjs framework. Now the available version is 2.0.

5 ways to redirect URL with Javascript


How to do a Redirect to an HTTP POST Request with Javascript?I summarized 5 ways to redirect URL.(The purpose of below script is to perform a local redirect using Javascript)

Replace the Flex’s Default Right Click Menu

Adobe-Flex-CS3-48x48 Sometimes we need replace the Flex’s Default Right Click Menu,the code likes below that can hide the default menu but can not replace it(with function “hideBuiltInItems”).

var contextMenu : ContextMenu = new ContextMenu();

The code below tells you how to implement this.

10 Flex Frameworks to help Flex RIA developers speed up

Adobe-Flash-Paper-CS3-48x48 Flex888 summarized 10 major Flex frameworks implemented and can be used for Flex RIA developments.

The World’s Greatest Mp3 Search Engine–SkreemR

Hardware-music-player-1-48x48 We will use search engine like Google,Yahoo or MSN to find the information what we need.Also can find audio files from across the Web including music, podcasts, interviews and more.But in fact that the effect is not obvious,not for technology

Base64 Encoder and Decoder with JavaScript

System-Registry-48x48 From wikipedia:The term “Base64″ refers to a specific MIME content transfer encoding. It is also used as a generic term for any similar encoding scheme that encodes binary data by treating it numerically and translating it into a base 64 representation. The particular choice of base is due to the history of character set encoding: one can choose 64 characters that are both part of the subset common to most encodings, and also printable. This combination leaves the data unlikely to be modified in transit through systems, such as email, which were traditionally not 8-bit clean.