The TrazzleLib contains the ActionScript connection classes needed to talk to Trazzle. It consists of two packages, one which contains barely the interface to the second, the core. This makes it easy to keep your logging statements for later or ongoing development, while removing unneeded code and unwanted insight into your app (nobody needs to see your logging messages, right?).
How to use
MXMLC parameters for debugging:
-library-path+=libc/TrazzleCore.swc -library-path+=libc/TrazzleLib.swc -include-libraries+=libc/TrazzleLib.swc
MXMLC parameters for deployment:
In your app, make sure you call
zz_init(stage, 'Your App Name') first. 'Your App Name' will be displayed in the tab title in Trazzle.
Afterwards you can call
log() and friends.
For more parameters either look in the source or try the demo app at http://github.com/nesium/trazzle-demo-app