Archive for March, 2010

Get up and running quickly by using LiveCycle ES2 API Quick Starts

Did you know that you can use LiveCycle ES2 API Quick Starts located in Programming with LiveCycle ES2 to quickly get up and running with the LiveCycle ES2 SDK? API Quick Starts are complete pieces of application logic that you can copy and paste into your own developments environments that programmatically perform LiveCycle ES2 operations. For example, you can use the API Quick Start titled Converting a PostScript file to a PDF document using the Java API to convert a PostScript file into a PDF document. In fact, you can watch an online video that demonstrates how to use API Quick Starts at the following URL: http://tv.adobe.com/watch/duanes-world/duanes-world-david-rr-webber-oasis-and-livecycle-es2/.

The content that discusses how to use an API Quick Start is located about 11 minutes into the presentation.

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Updated Creating Flex Applications Enabled for LiveCycle Workspace ES2 guide

Applications developed using Flex for data capture experiences are referred to as Flex applications, and often informally called Flex forms. You create Flex applications for LiveCycle Workspace ES2 for interesting data capture experiences; or simply because you require an alternative to PDF forms and HTML forms. Check out the walkthrough in the Creating Flex Applications Enabled for LiveCycle Workspace ES2 guide here.

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