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Diff b/w application complete and update complete

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Diff b/w application complete and update complete?
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I think this link might help you:
http://www.wietseveenstra.nl/blog/2007/02/understanding-the-flex-application-startup-event-order/

The main difference is that updateComplete is called whenever flex is finished updating the ui because of resizes, value-changes. The Application complete however is called once, as soon as the entire application is initialized and all of it's components had their updateComplete.
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Well if my post helped solve the problem, I would rather have the question closed.
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