NOTE: This version of the application is now obsolete. I posted a new and significantly improved version here. SalesBuilder is a sample Sales Force Automation application that allows you to work offline (using the SQLite database embedded in the AIR runtime), and synchronize data with the server when you are back online. In addition to […]
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 […]
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, […]
I spent the last few days building a Flex/Google Gears integration demo that Kevin Lynch demonstrated during the Gears announcement today at the Google developer day in San Jose. The demo is a Flex-based Sales Force Automation application that uses Gears to save data to a local SQLite database while offline, and automatically synchronizes back […]
I put together a new example of a Trader Desktop application built with Flex and running in Apollo or in a browser. This application features configurable watch lists and data visualization panels organized in an MDI-style user interface. This version simulates data changes at the client-side to allow you to experience the application locally without […]
In my previous post, I provided an example of an Apollo application using the Flex Message Service. Since then, a number of people have asked for examples of Apollo applications accessing data using the Flex Data Management services. So here is a simple Contact Management application that demonstrates this integration.
After the public alpha was released on Monday on labs, there has been a lot of interest in using Apollo together with the Flex Data Services. The combination of Apollo and FDS allows you, for example, to easily push data to Apollo applications, or to seamlessly integrate Apollo applications with Java back-ends using Remoting or […]
If you hadn’t heard about it, the Tour of California ended on Sunday. To allow cycling enthusiasts around the world to follow the race in real time, the Experience Design (XD) team at Adobe built the “Tour Tracker”, an inspiring application built with Flex (in four weeks) and combining live video streaming, real time GPS […]
I will be delivering a Flex presentation called “Sexy Web Apps with Java, Mozilla Tamarin, and Flex” at the Seattle Java Users Group on Tuesday January 16th at 6:45pm.
As part of the Flex Test Drive Server, I wrote a new Flex Data Management Services tutorial. The tutorial takes you through the full FDMS application development life cycle: Java assembler, destination, and client application. Additional topics include: