I’ll be presenting two sessions at Flex 360 Indianapolis next week.
In the “Flex / BlazeDS Integration Project” session (Monday), I’ll provide a brief introduction of the Spring framework and the “Dependency Injection” pattern, followed by a deep dive into the brand new “Spring / BlazeDS integration project”.
My second session (on Wednesday) is “Model Driven Development with Flash Builder 4 and LCDS 3”. (The next version of Flex Builder will be named Flash Builder 4. The name of the Flex framework and the Flex SDK doesn’t change: it’s still Flex). In this session I will present a new and exciting feature in Flash Builder 4 and LiveCycle Data Services 3. Using the combination of these two products, you can build data-driven applications using a Model-Driven Development approach. In other words, you don’t have to write any server-side code: the data access logic is derived from a simple data model that is easily created and updated using new tooling in Flash Builder 4. This solution is designed to work for simple and very complex applications. I presented a sneak peek of this new feature at MAX last year, and we made a lot of progress since then.
I hope to see you there.