What is this blog about?

Adobe Flex Components, tips and tricks, sample applications, flex news aggregations, and many more cool stuff relating to the coolest RIA development framework – Adobe Flex. Time to time, this space will be posted with tutorials on developing flex applications as well as sample applications / code snippets that will make flex even more exciting to the flex connossieurs. Lets rock the RIA world with the best thing that ever happend to the internet! – Adobe Flex.

Who is FlexGeek?

Harish Sivaramakrishnan is a Platform Evangelist at Adobe India. He is a hardcore Flex enthusiast, Part time musician, ghazal diehard and a heavy metal hater. You can read his non-technical rants at this location http://insaneinstincts.blogspot.com

Contact:hsivaram [at] adobe [dot] com OR hsivaramakrishnan [at] gmail [dot] com


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[…] met Harish Sivaramakrishnan, who works with Adobe’s Flex Team here in India, at the recent get together of Flex […]

OpenTube is an opensourced flex based (RIA) Video sahring application. We “invite” participation from “YOU” the community to make this application a reality rather than let this be another “dead” opensource project.

Please show your support by joining http://groups.google.com/group/opentube & http://code.google.com/p/opentube/


Hi Harish. We are into corporate training and we need FLEX traning for one of our clients. Would you please help us out.

Thank and Regards,

i would like have training from Flex professionals at bangalore.
let me know the instiution or a expert who will train.

reach me @ arun.shreeram@gmail.com

Hey ..!!!
Is a good post. Congratulations,,
I hope, talk with you soon……!
can you add my messenger,?
i m working in the Microsoft Student Program in Mexico.

We are looking for trainer in ADOBE FLEX as soon as possible.

How to add our custom summary text with the summary field in ADG.


Could you please fix the links to the demo and source code on your blog entry which deals with putting comboboxes in datagrid headers here:


There are a number of people who, like me, want to see how it’s done so it’s pretty frustrating the links have been broken for quite some time.



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