The skin also configures the graphic elements used to render visual elements used as indicators, separators, and backgrounds.The Data Grid skin also defines a default item renderer, used to display the contents of each cell.This property can be used as the source for data binding.When this property is modified, it dispatches the Specifies the object containing the property to validate.event, you can inspect the cell being edited, and prevent the edit from occurring.This technique is useful when you want to prevent editing of a specific cell or cells, but allow editing of other cells.
This is a singleton instance which implements the IResource Manager interface.
" resizable Columns="true|false" sortable Columns="true|false" Styles background Disabled Color="0x EFEEEF" column Drop Indicator Skin="Data Grid Column Drop Indicator" column Resize Skin="Data Grid Column Resize Skin" disabled Icon Color="0x999999" header Colors="[#FFFFFF, #E6E6E6]" header Drag Proxy Style Name="header Drag Proxy Style" header Separator Skin="Data Grid Header Separator" header Style Name="data Grid Styles" horizontal Grid Line Color="0x F7F7F7" horizontal Grid Lines="false|true" horizontal Locked Separator Skin="undefined" horizontal Separator Skin="undefined" icon Color="0x111111" roll Over Color="0x B2E1FF" selection Color="0x7FCEFF" sort Arrow Skin="Data Grid Sort Arrow" stretch Cursor=""cursor Stretch" symbol from the file" vertical Grid Line Color="0x CCCCCC" vertical Grid Lines="false|true" vertical Locked Separator Skin="undefined" vertical Separator Skin="undefined" Events column Stretch="No default" header Release="No default" header Shift="No default" item Edit Begin="No default" item Edit Beginning="No default" item Edit End="No default" item Focus In="No default" item Focus Out="No default" /Creating a Spark item renderer for an MX Data Grid control Creating a Spark item editor for an MX Data Grid control Creating an MX Data Grid control Passing data to an MX Data Grid control Handling events in an MX Data Grid control Sorting data in an MX Data Grid control Creating an MX item renderer and item editor Creating MX drop-in item renderers and item editors Creating MX inline item renderers and editors Creating MX item renderers and item editor components Creating an MX item renderer in Action Script Working with MX item renderers Example: Using an item renderer with an MX Data Grid control Creating an editable cell in MX Returning data from an MX item editor Sizing and positioning an MX item editor Creating an MX item editor that responds to the Enter key MX item editor examples Examples using MX item editors with the list-based controls Example: Using an item editor with an MX Data Grid control Using a Spark item renderer with an MX control MX Data Grid control MX Data Grid control user interaction About MX item renderers About the MX item renderer and item editor life cycle Using MX cell editing events Using drag-and-drop with list-based controls Dragging and dropping between different list-based controls Manually adding drag-and-drop support Example: Handling drag and drop events in a list-based control Drag and drop examples A flag that indicates whether this object can receive focus via the TAB key This is similar to the tab Enabled property used by the Flash Player.
This is usually true for components that handle keyboard input, but some components in controlbars have them set to false because they should not steal focus from another component like an editor.[read-only] A convenience method for determining the unscaled width of the component All of a component's drawing and child layout should be done within a bounding rectangle of this width, which is also passed as an argument to update Display List().
The Data Grid control is intended for viewing data, and not as a layout tool like an HTML table.
The mx.containers package provides those layout tools.