A few weeks ago, Sys-Con held the first “Real World Flex Seminar” in New York City. Yakov Fain, editor at the Java Developer’s Journal, Java Champion, and Flex enthusiast presented an interesting session on Flex and Java. The video of Yakov’s session is now available here. Enjoy!
Flex is being adopted by many Java shops, ISVs and OEMs to build applications inside and outside the firewall. However, I also realize that there are still many Java developers who are unfamiliar with Flex, and sometimes have misconceptions about the product. Flex integrates particularly well with Java back-ends, and the feedback from Java developers […]
My latest post “How Flex can transform the user experience on the web” has been picked up by InfoQ, the new enterprise software development portal created by Floyd Marinescu. Floyd was the original creator of theserverside.com, and his new portal looks very promising. http://www.infoq.com/news/Flex-Transform-User-Experience
Now that the industry has turned its attention to the client-side and the user experience, the quality of web user interfaces can be expected to improve at a very fast pace after ten years of virtual hibernation. In that context, Flex offers a series of unique features that can profoundly transform the way people interact […]
Google Maps Collaboration is another sample I wrote during the Flex 2 beta. Since it triggered some interest at the time, I updated the code for the GA build of Flex 2. The Flex application is essentially a collaboration panel that I added on top of Google Maps, but that you could add on top […]
As you already know, Flex 2 is now available. So, it’s time to post the upgraded version of some of the demos I built during the beta… starting with the portfolio viewer which had generated some good feedback. The portfolio viewer is an example of a real time market data application. It uses the Flex […]