Ask the Experts is a series of presentations with topics ranging from designing applications for accessibility to a deep dive session about the LiveCycle Collaboration service.
Get the latest topics by attending sessions or by listening to previously recorded sessions. Details here.
If you are creating accessible PDF forms, you can now use an Accessibilty Checker to test them to see how well they enable accessibility according to the guidelines for accessible forms. For more information, see here.
Available on Adobe labs is the prerelease of a Component Development tool that you may find useful when you create custom components for LiveCycle ES and LiveCycle ES2. In a nutshell, the tool simplifies the workflow to create the component.xml file and build the JAR file to deploy to LiveCycle ES2. Check out the tool here.
What are custom components you ask? Custom components consist of Java code that you expose as reusable components in LiveCycle ES2. For example, you can create a custom component that provides custom email capabilities to extend LiveCycle ES2. You can reuse the component in business processes you want to automate using LiveCycle Workbench ES2.
For more information about developing custom components, see Programming with LiveCycle ES2 Help. For information about creating processes, see Application Development Using Livecycle Workbench ES2 Help.
Please feel free to comment on the tool here.
We recently posted a few of our help videos on Adobe TV – Adobe’s online TV network. They can be viewed on the Getting to Know LiveCycle ES2 show, which has some great content in addition to what you’ll already find on the Developer Center.
We’re always adding new content, so make sure to check back periodically.