Apparently you can specify both a first view and the _data_ for the first view. So I returned this to my mobileApplication tag:
Then in my init function, I did this:
var ob:Object = new Object(); ob.dbfile = dbfile; navigator.firstViewData = ob;
I'm not saying this is best practice - just what worked. ;) My init function root ran and did it's crap, and I was then able to pass this on to the first view.
On Tue, Nov 16, 2010 at 3:23 PM, Raymond Camden <rca...@gmail.com> wrote: > Hmpth, this doesn't quite work from the mobile app root; > > navigator.pushView(views.TaskRunHome); > > Gives me a null ref error in SlideViewTranslation. > > > On Tue, Nov 16, 2010 at 3:11 PM, Raymond Camden <rca...@gmail.com> wrote: >> So when using views in a Flex Hero mobile application, you can very >> easily load a view and pass data along to the next view. I love that. >> I'm trying to do the same but via the top level component. What I mean >> is - my root MobileApplication has an initialize method. I want to >> create a variable in there and when my first view is automatically >> loaded for me, I want to pass the data to it. >> >> I guess if I removed firstView I could simply load the view myself? >> >> >> -- >> =========================================================================== >> Raymond Camden, ColdFusion Jedi Master >> >> Email : r...@camdenfamily.com >> Blog : www.coldfusionjedi.com >> AOL IM : cfjedimaster >> >> Keep up to date with the community: http://www.coldfusionbloggers.org >> > > > > -- > =========================================================================== > Raymond Camden, ColdFusion Jedi Master > > Email : r...@camdenfamily.com > Blog : www.coldfusionjedi.com > AOL IM : cfjedimaster > > Keep up to date with the community: http://www.coldfusionbloggers.org >
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