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A new component has been added to provide feedback to the users within your mobile application. While there is no cursor to show busy status as there is in desktop development, the BusyIndicator component was added specifically for this reason. Using this component is extremely simple.

Let’s review the code below. There is a CheckBox with the label “Show Busy Indicator”, which when checked, calls the checkbox1_clickHandler method. There is a Busy Indicator component with an id of indicator, set to visible (or false). Within the checkbox1_clickHandler method, the indicator’s visible property is set to the value of the CheckBox. This simply shows or hides the BusyIndicator. Within the BusyIndica tor, you can set the height, width, and symbolColor to suit the needs and style of your application. The results can be seen in Figure 4-15:

<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”utf-8″?>
<s:Application xmlns:fx=”″
protectedfunction checkbox1_clickHandler(event:MouseEvent):void
indicator.visible =;
<!– Place non-visual elements (e.g., services, value objects) here –>
<s:CheckBox label=”Show Busy Indicator”
click=”checkbox1_clickHandler(event)” top=”10″/>
<s:BusyIndicator id=”indicator” height=”300″ width=”300″

The BusyIndicator component

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