Undo and redo

September 23, 2008 at 1:44 pm 2 comments

I’ve seen quite a few people on the internet ask about how to implement undo in an AIR application.

Most desktop applications enable the user to undo and redo their changes to a document. So users expect this functionality in an AIR application. The ability to undo changes is an invaluable feature to any application where the user makes changes to a document.

I’ve submitted a document to the AIR cookbook, that describes exactly how to achieve this. Plus code examples.

Click here to view my article.

Don’t forget to leave a high rating.

As well as solving some problems out there, I expect this will raise some questions. You can ask your questions here by leaving a comment, or at the AIR cookbook.

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