New Update to the Spring BlazeDS Integration Test Drive

I made some additional changes to the Spring BlazeDS Integration (RC1) Test Drive: The Test Drive now includes an annotation-based configuration sample (the Company Manager sample). Spring annotations such as @Service, @RemotingDestination, @Autowired, @RemotingInclude, and @RemotingExclude make it really easy to configure your beans and make them available through Remoting. As an example, here is […]

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New Test Drive for Spring BlazeDS Integration RC1

UPDATE: An updated version of this Test Drive is available here SpringSource just released the RC1 build for the Spring / BlazeDS integration project. The key new feature in RC1 is the integration of the BlazeDS Message Service. I updated my Spring BlazeDS Integration Test Drive to showcase the messaging integration. In addition to Remoting […]

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New Version of Salesbuilder with Ribbit Integration: Source Code Available

Many people have asked for the source code of the new version of Salesbuilder that includes Ribbit (phone service) integration, an offline calendar (using the ILog component), and the KapIT visualizer component. You can now download the source code here. As a reminder, you can watch a screencast showing the key features of the application […]

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Externalizing Service Configuration using BlazeDS and LCDS

A typical source of confusion when developers start working with RemoteObject or other BlazeDS/LCDS related classes is where and most importantly *when* the configuration of your services is being read. The question often arises after an application stops working when you move it to another server. This is one of the most frequently asked questions […]

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The "Spring ActionScript" Framework – Part 2: Autowiring

In the first part of this series, we looked at how the “Spring ActionScript” framework can help you externalize the configuration and the wiring of your components, and how you can easily obtain configured objects using applicationContext.getObject(). In this second part, we will discuss how you can make these objects available to the views of […]

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