Archive | June, 2007

SQLQueue: Chaining Asynchronous SQL statements using the AIR database access API

The AIR database access API is asynchronous. This works well for executing expensive queries without blocking the user interface. However, sometimes you may need to run a series of short and interdependent statements, and in that case, executing each statement asynchronously and independently can make your code difficult to manage. Consider an example where you […]

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SQLite Admin Application for AIR

UPDATE: This version is now obsolete. A new version is available here. I put together this SQL Admin application to help me manipulate my SQLite databases when working with AIR. The application is based on the SQL Admin for Google Gears I posted recently. This is an early version and is not fully functional. For […]

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Flex and Google Gears: sales force automation application with offline capabilities

As a follow up to my previous post, here is the sample Sales Force Automation application I built to demonstrate the Flex/Google Gears integration, and that Kevin Lynch demonstrated during the Google Developer Day keynote last week in San Jose. SalesBuilder uses the Google Gears Database API to save data to an embedded SQLite database, […]

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