(Now working in FF, Opera, Safari and IE8. looks ugly in IE8. sorry.)
Start by picking a package in the top left area. Then pick a class in the area below.
The console in the bottom left corner is designed to make flash experimentation easier. Once you load a page that contains an import statement like
you can type
Class from there on in the console to refer to it.
You can bookmark this page in a given state, and use the back/forward buttons. It should just work.
This page uses As3Bridge's flash bridge and the flash reflection APIs to generate a dynamic javadoc-like page.
Since I don't have real documentation, I show a syntax-colored hyper-linked code skeleton of the class instead.
This has the benefit of showing you exactly what flash packages and methods are available in your browser. (Note that this can miss some classes, as flash doesn't offer a way to enumerate through packages nor classes.)
The console supports up/down history navigation, and every output is flagged as $1,$2,... and can be reused at will.
The Flash reflection APIs are a bit coy at time. Methods are missing from several global objects.
Flash Explorer. Copyright (c) 2008 Henri Torgemane. All Rights Reserved. Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this software and its documentation for any purposes and without fee is hereby granted provided that this copyright notice appears in all copies. Of course, this software is provided "as is" without express or implied warranty of any kind.