3640 readersFew weeks ago I published Flerry project a Flex-Java bridge for AIR 2.0. In this post I wanted to explain how it works and what I used on Java side to do AS3/Java AMF de/serialization. First of all Flerry uses new NativeProcess API that comes with AIR 2.0. This new API allows communication between AIR
1739 readersI just released a new version of Flerry that fixes large object structures transfer from Java to Flex. This release is thanks to Mohammed Abbas that contributed the patch. Again I’m really happy that this project is evolving and community is contributing actively. To start working with Flerry go ahead and download flerry and flerry-demo
2330 readersToday I published Flerry on Google Code, a Flex-Java bridge that uses NativeProcess API from Adobe AIR 2.0. Using it is very simple and similar to RemoteObject API in Flex. In fact I reused libraries from BlazeDS to do AMF de/serialization on Java side and on Flex side classes like AsyncToken, RemotingMessage, AcknowledgeMessage and ResultEvent/FaultEvent
6264 readersI've recently started using SpringSource Tool Suite (STS) for a large Flex on Java project, In the recent configuration I used eclipse to code and launched Maven using command line. STS provides a built in Maven launcher which really makes more sense to use. The only problem is that once I tried to run mvn
2252 readersBlazeDS is an implementation in Java for working with the protocol AMF (Action Message Format) and facilitate communication between the swf and your server-side Java. When you begin to use a resource unlike most people, you may find some problems difficult to solve. Flex with Java and the problem is the old Lazy Loading, which
2581 readersFlex and Java have always fit together very nicely. Connecting from Flex to a Java back-end is pretty straightforward whether you are using plain old Java beans, Spring beans, or EJB session beans. I’ve created a video and some sample code that shows you how to connect Flex to a Java EE system using BlazeDS.
2978 readersJust a quick reminder after running the same cryptic error twice in a row. !ENTRY com.adobe.flexbuilder.project 4 43 2011-01-11 13:05:06.488 !MESSAGE Uncaught exception in compiler !STACK 0 java.lang.NullPointerException at flex2.compiler.mxml.lang.TypeCompatibility.checkSingleton(TypeCompatibility.java:98) at flex2.compiler.mxml.lang.TypeCompatibility.check(TypeCompatibility.java:79) at flex2.compiler.mxml.builder.Builder.checkTypeCompatibility(Builder.java:1015) at flex2.compiler.mxml.builder.Builder.checkTypeCompatibility(Builder.java:993) at flex2.compiler.mxml.builder.Builder.processRValueNodes(Builder.java:804) at flex2.compiler.mxml.builder.Builder.processPropertyNodes(Builder.java:605) at flex2.compiler.mxml.builder.Builder.processPropertyNodes(Builder.java:561) at flex2.compiler.mxml.builder.ComponentBuilder$ComponentChildNodeHandler.property(ComponentBuilder.java:221) at flex2.compiler.mxml.lang.ChildNodeHandler$CoreDeclarationHandler.property(ChildNodeHandler.java:188) Looks familiar? Using the - by the way loved
1470 readersBackground I’ve dipped my toe back in the Java world recently, and I’m reminded of some interesting Java history that may be echoed in Flash’s future. Back in the distant mist of Java’s past, most large Java web projects were built using something called Enterprise JavaBeans. EJB was a complex framework developed by Sun, the
4864 readersAnother thing I missed is the Nokia API bridge.When I read the presentation of the technologie, 2 things came on my mind :Capuchin and KuneriLiteKuneriLite adds functionnality throught pluginsCapuchin "enables developers to bridge the Java™ ME and Adobe® Flash Lite™"Nokia API bridge "provides a plug-in mechanism that can be used to make features of Symbian
2212 readersI’ll be speaking at the first Flex on Java eXchange in London on June 16th. My talk will be an introduction to the Spring ActionScript framework, along with other presentations on Flex and Java connectivity and enterprise Flex development. From the Skills Matter website: Skills Matter is pleased to organise the first Flex on Java
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