Content tagged with: flex
In this interview, recorded at Adobe MAX 2009, Gorilla Logic CEO Stuart Stern talks to DZone about FlexMonkey, an Adobe AIR application used for testing Flex- and AIR-based applications. FlexMonkey also generates ActionScript-based testing scripts that you can easily include within a continuous integration environment.
Complete transcript of the interview
This screencast shows how to set up the web application project, configure Spring & BlazeDS, and then build a Flex 4 application that connects to the Java / Spring back-end.
Multiple screens in a rich internet application can exceed the abilities of the client machine. Kevin Hoyt shows how to achieve swift and seamless response time with creation queuing techniques.
Adobe Flex is a Rich Internet Application framework that allows developers to build robust and powerful applications for the web and the desktop. In this talk, Tomas Lin discusses the major technologies and tools available within the Grails / Flex ecosystem and dive into building a simple and fun application using the Flex plugin, BlazeDS, Grails and Flash Builder 4.
In this episode Chet Haase joins us during the Adobe Max 2009 after party to discuss the highlights from the conference. Chet is a member of the Flex SDK team and Drunk on Softwareâ€™s West Coast Correspondent.
Conditional tests are only useful if you can do different things based on the results. In this video, Doug shows how to do exactly that with the â€œifâ€ and â€œif…elseâ€ statements.
Stephan Janssenâ€™s presentation is organized around Parleys.com, a web site whose front end is implemented in Flash. He explains why they dumped DHTML and switched to Flex/AIR. He also talks about two technologies that could be used instead, GWT and JavaFX, presenting their pros/cons.
Scott Delap shares his experience creating a lobby interface for an online game using Flex&Air. He details on related technologies used, available tooling and frameworks pros&cons, remoting options, unit, functional and load testing approach used.
In this session, BÃ¸rre Wessel covered how to scale Flex for enterprise applications. He started his presentation by talking on the High Level Flex Architecture, Module & Component Architecture and Multiple modules. Moving in greater details, BÃ¸rre delved into talking on the presentation layer, application layer and domain layer, exposing how the state and logic is extracted into presentation models, how controllers coordinate independent components and how the domain model represents business concerns independent of presentation. He also talked on the benefits of using inversion of control with the parsley …
After a short presentation of the history and the features of Granite Data Services compared with other server side solutions (BlazeDS, LCDS), this presentation will go through the creation of a sample Flex remote application connected to a GraniteDS server (using JBoss, Seam, Hibernate and MySQL technologies). This sample application will show several key features of GDS: Seam support, EJB3/Hibernate support (with lazy initialization), code generation tools (Eclipse plugins), data push (Gravity module) and Flex side data management (Tide module)