3079 readersWelcome to my blog series, "Continuous Integration and Flash". This series is a case study of all the things I learned about implementing and practicing Continuous Integration. As a reader of this series, you are most likely interested in Continuous Integration in some way or another. After reading at least Part 1 I hope to
2081 readersIn the previous part of my series "Practicing Continuous Integration on Flash Projects" I explained how to use Apache Ant and the Flex SDK to automate the build process of a project. In this part of the series I'm going to show you how to set up Hudson, an integration server, on a bare bones
2685 readersNow Log5F has build server, that powered by FaZend.com – free hosted Continuous Integration platform. It’s absolutely free and supports Flex projects! Log5F CI Server
1928 readersIn the previous part of my series "Practicing Continuous Integration on Flash Projects" I described what CI is and its best practices. In this next part I will explain how to set up a project to make the CI process run smoothly. Introduction Practicing CI relies heavily on a consistent process. Having a well defined
3798 readersIn Recent years Flex has become the ideal client solution for Java server based projects. Flex compliments Java in many ways and has many similarities to Java. These include, the syntax, the OOP approach and many other features of the two languages that are similar.In this tutorial, I will demonstrate one aspect of the Flex
2180 readersFirst of all create a new Flex LIBRARY project. Though we are going to be generating swfs, we aren't going to be having Flex Builder do it.Why? Well we aren't going to be the only ones creating the swfs. In a properly ordered world, we developers only build our code to test it, make sure
1332 readersWhen this is all done and running, listen closely. Somewhere in the distance you can here “I HAVE THE POWER!“. Trust me, it’s being said – or maybe that’s just me. Seriously though, at this point you have one bad-ass ANT build file that will work right into your continuous integration script. Now you can
4147 readersA recent comment by Lukas Buenger in the Saturated Strategy series about the role of the Context class got me thinking—exactly what does the Context class do? The Client requests a ConcreteStrategy, and the algorithm does just ducky without a Context. The client has delegated the behaviors to the Strategy interface and the concrete
2178 readersIn the previous part of my series "Practicing Continuous Integration on Flash Projects" I described how to setup a CI server using Amazon's EC2 service. In this final part of the series I'm going to quickly show you how to set up your project in Hudson so that it can build it. Using Hudson If you're
4082 readersstrong>Independent Implementation? The concept that you can decouple an abstraction from its implementation sounds flat out bizarre. Whether talking about an interface or an abstract class, how in the world is it possible to implement a concrete class ...
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