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MXML(Macromedia FleXMarkup Language) An XML-based set of tags used with Adobe's Flex development system to describe the user interface in Flash applications. Introduced in 2004, it is used in conjunction with ActionScript for creating interactive Flash programs. See Flex and Flash.
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[ProM.sub.import] framework is used to bundle these partial MXML
logs into a single log that can be mined.
The Flex SDK includes the ActionScript 3 programming language to construct client-side logic; MXML
and CSS to describe the user interface layouts, transitions and behaviors; and a library of modular components and classes to speed the process.
Readers should be familiar with the relationship between MXML
and ActionScript, should understand some of the components that make up the Flex Framework, and should have experience with ActionScript 3.