Flex Tip: Two really useful tools

I was just introduced to two incredibly useful tools.

FlexPMD helps to improve code quality by auditing any AS3/Flex source directory and detecting common bad practices.

fxSpy 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.

If you haven’t yet seen them I highly recommend checking them out.



7 responses to “Flex Tip: Two really useful tools”

  1. PeZ says :

    Check out KapInspect, much better than fxSpy imo


  2. Stone says :

    Nice! loving FlexPMD telling me how dumb i am. :o)

  3. Ali Jalal says :


    the following address for downloading Flex 4 version of AutoComplete components doesn’t exists!
    Please Check it.

  4. Ali Jalal says :


    in some pages of this weblog, you are mentioned that for download AutoComplete for flex 4 go to this link:

    but this link doesn’t exists and (as you said) the correct link is:

    Some Pages that the address is incorrect are:
    https://hillelcoren.com/2009/12/16/flex-tip-two-really-useful-tools (Automatically Generated Section)

    https://hillelcoren.com/flex-autocomplete/documentation/ (In First Comment)

  5. Ali Jalal says :

    The incorrect link for downloading Flex 4 version of AutoComplete is:

    This link doesn’t exists and in some pages referred to this page for downloading Flex 4 compatible version of AutoComplete.
    (I was said in previous comment that the incorrect link is: https://hillelcoren.com/2009/12/16/flex-tip-two-really-useful-tools/ which this page exists)

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