Simulating an Android window shade in a mobile Flex application

If you drag down from the top of an Android phone, you will get a pull down menu that exposes a set of buttons and options. This is sometimes referred to as a “window shade”, see this video for an example. This post demonstrates how to extend a spark SkinnableContainer to simulate this functionality in a mobile Flex application.
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Saving scroll position between views in a mobile Flex Application

In a mobile Flex application when you navigate to a new view the old view is destroyed. If you then go back to that first view then it is re-instantiated. If you have a List in that initial view then any scroll position changes the user may have done will be lost. This post demonstrates how to save and restore that scroll position when navigating between views.
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