7000 readersGenerally when the question of PDF generation from Adobe Flex applications comes up, the defacto answer has been ‘use LiveCycle’ or some other server-side technology to handle the PDF generation. But sometimes we don’t have the option of using a server-side solution for PDF generation. There was a very interesting discussion thread on [...]
16221 readersWith all the hype of the latest buzzword, HTML5, and its evolving, under development nature (at least in the foreseeable future), leveraging Adobe Flex to front certain types of web applications is still a quite capable technology. With its ability to build complex RIAâs (rich internet applications) that can use frameworks, a myriad of powerful
4004 readersFlash Builder provides server-side remoting technology supporting ASP.Net, J2EE, HTTP/REST and SOAP Web services, PHP, BlazeDS, ColdFusion, and LiveCycle Data Services for streaming data to and from a Flex 4 client. This article exclusively covers the PHP server-side remoting technology principally with Zend's PHP ZendFramework web application server. New RIA client and PHP sever development
4254 readersFlash Builder provides server-side remoting technology supporting ASP.Net, J2EE, HTTP/REST and SOAP Web services, PHP, BlazeDS, ColdFusion, and LiveCycle Data Services for streaming data to and from a Flex 4 client. This article exclusively covers the PHP server-side remoting technology principally with Zend's PHP ZendFramework web application server. New RIA client and PHP sever development
3341 readersThe key topic of this article is how to take advantage of the extensive server-side functionality provided by the PHP Zend Framework Web application server on the server-side side of Flex 4 client/server RIA solutions. You'll learn that bootstrap loading of Zend Framework and using selected Zend Framework components are very easy to do.
2882 readersA whole lot of people seem to be moving from web page development to building RIAs these days. But while the emergence of the new client side technologies is easy to notice, with names like Flex, Silverlight or JavaFX appearing more and more often in the context of web development, the move to RIAs also
6274 readersI met Franck and William, the founders and main contributors of GraniteDS.
2360 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
6427 readersOn my current project (Flex and Java) the client wants to email certain data to certain recipients. If the mail content and recipients wouldn’t require manual processing, I’d written a Java server side program that would retrieve the data and sent it to a predefined list of recipients. This is not the case though. The
10029 readersIn this article, the author is a bit half-crazed… bantering that OOP is dead in light of entity/component systems. However, if you can get past that, it’s a good read on the benefits of composing game objects using only composition (instead of complex inheritance): http://t-machine.org/index.php/2007/09/03/entity-systems-are-the-future-of-mmog-development-part-1/ An example approach to implement an entity system might be
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