New Spring/BlazeDS Integration Test Drive

UPDATE: I posted a new version of the Test Drive for the M2 build of the Spring / BlazeDS integration project here. Please use that version. SpringSource recently announced the Spring / BlazeDS Integration project. You can read more about the project and download the bits at http://www.springsource.org/spring-flex. To help developers get started with the […]

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Flex-Spring Integration Webinar Next Thursday (January 22nd)

SpringSource recently announced Spring BlazeDS Integration, a new open source project to provide tight integration between Spring and Adobe BlazeDS, Adobe’s open source server-based Java remoting and Web messaging technology. This collaboration will make it easy for Java developers to create enterprise-class rich Internet applications (RIAs) using Adobe Flex software, a cornerstone of the Adobe […]

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Sneak Peek of the New Flex/Spring Integration at FlexCamp Boston Tomorrow

FlexCamp Boston is tomorrow at the Bentley College. You can still register online, and you will also be able to register on site. In addition to demonstrating Model Driven Development in Flex using Flex Builder 4 and LCDS “Next”, I will also “sneak peek” the new Spring integration announced earlier this week in collaboration with […]

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Adobe Collaborates with SpringSource for Enhanced Flex / Spring Integration

I have written several times about the Flex / Spring integration on this blog. Now things are about to get even simpler and more integrated. This is very exciting news! From the press release: Adobe Systems Incorporated today announced that it is working with SpringSource to simplify the development and deployment of rich enterprise Java(TM) […]

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Using the SQLite Database Access API in AIR… Part 3: Annotation-Based ORM Framework

In the second version of our contact management application, we encapsulated the data access logic for the Contact entity in a Data Access Object (ContactDAO). This separation of concerns represented a major improvement compared to our first approach. The remaining limitation we identified was the amount of SQL we had to write “manually”. In this […]

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Using the SQLite Database Access API in AIR… Part 2: Using the DAO Pattern

The first version of our contact management application introduced us to the database access API in AIR. However, the lack of “application partitioning” or “separation of concerns” in that first implementation represented a poor architecture with no potential for reusability. In this second version, we use the Data Access Object pattern to improve the overall […]

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Using the SQLite Database Access API in AIR… Part 1

In my MAX session called “Liberate your Data with AIR”, I presented different approaches to access local data using the SQLite database access API in AIR. The list of approaches included: “SQL in View” Data Access Object (DAO) pattern Using an Object Relational Mapping (ORM) framework I demonstrated a version of inSync (a simple contact […]

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