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Since a Rich Internet Application is not a stateless client, you typically have a lot of data in the client, especially when you load dynamically over time. Often, while developing Flex applications, you might need to peek at data structures during runtime‹this is where my utility, the Flex Trace Panel, comes in handy. Requirements To make this most of this tutorial, you need to install the following software and files: Flex 1.5 Flex Trace Panel and accompanying files (which can be found at http://macromedia.com/devnet/flex/articles/tracepanel.html) Prerequisite Knowledge This article assumes that you are familiar with the basics of Flex. The Problem When you debug a web application that uses HTML in the presentation tier, you typically write debug messages to the either the standard log file of your application server or directly into the HTML output to track ... (more)