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The @see property within ASDoc allows you to reference external resources via a standard URI within your documention. However, it also allows you to reference resources within your project (i.e. other functions, variables, classes, events, etc.), as long as they have been documented with ASDoc.
Use the [Event] metadata tag to identify the custom event to the MXML compiler. This will allow listeners for this event to be registered from directly within your MXML components.
To achieve simple data-binding in an application, it is often enough to mark the target variables as "bindable". However, if these variables are member variables of a class that you've instantiated, we must do more than simply mark them as "bindable". We must use the bindProper ...