Author Archive: Lee Sutton

Adobe Max 2010 – FutuRIA: The Convergence of Rich Internet and Enterprise Applications

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Hear top design professionals explain how to unlock new value hidden in complex enterprise systems through the expression of user-centric goals in design patterns. You’ll learn how Adobe is converging solutions, platforms, and tools to help you better serve your customers or constituents by delivering great experiences. This session equips you with business cases as examples of current cultural shifts, as we share our user experience vision, some technology sneak peeks, and a vision for the future of enterprise applications.

Tracks: Develop
Audience: Partner Decision Maker, Web Designer, Web Developer, Application Developer, Business Decision Maker
Skill Level: General Audience
Products: Flex, LiveCycle ES
Speakers: Ben Watson, George Neill
Times:
Tuesday, October, 26th, 8:00 am – 9:30 am
Wednesday, October, 27th, 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm

 

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Adobe Max 2010 – Extending LiveCycle ES for Java Developers

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Join product experts and others as we work through the process of creating a Plain Old Java Object (POJO) that will be packaged and deployed to the Adobe LiveCycle Enterprise Suite service container as a custom component. Once your component has been deployed and activated, you’ll then explore several invocation methods (SOAP, REST, and Remoting) to call your newly available service.

Tracks: Develop
Audience: Architect, Web Developer, Application Developer
Skill Level: Advanced
Products: Flash Builder, LiveCycle ES
Speakers: Duane Nickull, Scott MacDonald
Times:
Monday, October, 25th, 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

 

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Adobe Max 2010 – Developing a LiveCycle ES2.5 Application

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This program for enterprise developers combines 1.5 days of introductory preconference training on LiveCycle ES2.5 (Enterprise Suite) with a full conference pass to MAX 2010.

The preconference lab, "Developing a LiveCycle ES2.5 Application," is an essential introduction to developing user-centric applications with Adobe LiveCycle ES2.5. LiveCycle ES2.5 allows both business and IT professionals to visually assemble end-to-end processes, which when combined with rich interfaces, create engaging applications that unify systems and people quickly and flexibly. We’ll present an end-to-end use case bringing a rich Internet application (RIA) and a LiveCycle application together. You will learn about the LiveCycle IDE, the Admin User Interface, and the LiveCycle ES2.5 solution components as we guide the participants through the development of this comprehensive use case.

We strongly recommend this training to those new to LiveCycle ES2.5, or those who would like a refresher, in order to get the most value out of the more advanced LiveCycle topics that will be presented during the MAX event.

Tracks: Develop
Audience: Web Developer, Application Developer
Skill Level: Beginner
Product: LiveCycle ES
Speakers: Chantal Richard, Valerie Snider-Lynch
Times:
Saturday, October, 23rd, 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Sunday, October, 24th, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

 

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“Back to Basics” – Part 2 – Understanding “Dynamic” versus “Static”, “Flowed” versus “Positioned”, and Working with Form Data

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In this second session in the 2-part “Back to Basics” series, we will spend some time making you comfortable with the terms & concepts around “dynamic” versus “static” content, and “flowed” versus “positioned” subforms. And, of course, what a subform is if you haven’t quite got that far yet either.

We will also expand on our use of LiveCycle Workbench ES2 by creating custom render services to populate forms with data and then extract modify that data once a form is submitted.

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Adobe Max 2010 – Delivering Repeatable Solutions with Deloitte Consulting and Adobe Enterprise Solutions

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Learn how Deloitte Consulting has leveraged the Adobe Flash Platform and Adobe LiveCycle Enterprise Suite to develop highly repeatable solutions for citizen engagement management at state and federal government agencies. By attending this session, you’ll find out how Deloitte has enabled improved benefits and services delivery, illustrated by detailed customer use cases, lessons learned, and best practices.

Tracks: Envision, Design, Develop
Audience: Architect, Creative Designer, Partner Decision Maker, Web Designer, IS/IT, Web Developer, Application Developer, Business Decision Maker
Skill Level: General Audience
Products: AIR, Flash Player, Flex, LiveCycle DS, LiveCycle ES
Speakers: Marty Carreras, Dan Erbland
Times:
Wednesday, October, 27th, 9:30 am – 10:30 am

 

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“Back to Basics” – Part 1 – An Introduction to Adobe LiveCycle Designer ES2 and Workbench ES2

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Using Adobe® LiveCycle® Designer ES2 software, you can create form and document templates that combine high-fidelity dynamic presentation with sophisticated XML data handling. Documents and forms adjust when merged with data to accommodate the content and volume by including or excluding design elements, growing to create space, and paginating automatically.

Adobe® LiveCycle® Workbench ES2 software is an integrated development environment (IDE) that allows developers, designers, and business analysts to work together collaboratively.

In this first session we will be presenting an introduction to the concepts of Designer and Workbench. A great session for any of your new employees starting work on LiveCycle projects with little to no exposure to Designer.

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Adobe MAX 2010 – LiveCycle Collaboration Services Deep-dive

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Learn about the client-side architecture of the Adobe LiveCycle Collaboration Service development model, which enables peer-to-peer, collaborative apps with Flex and Adobe AIR. See how to structure your Flex apps to enable synchronized, multiuser participation, complete with rich audio/video communication and more. You’ll come away with a solid, practical understanding of collaboration best practices and the broad range of tools in the service. By the end of this session, expect to have your own fully working application integrating with the LiveCycle Collaboration Service cloud.

Tracks: Develop
Audience: Architect, Web Designer, Web Developer, Application Developer
Skill Level: Intermediate
Products: Flex, LiveCycle ES
Speaker: Nigel Pegg
Times:
Monday, October, 25th, 2:45 pm – 4:15 pm



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Adobe MAX 2010 – Building Model-Driven Forms

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Get an introduction to Adobe application modeling technology, and learn how to define a single data model that can be leveraged by multiple form types, including PDF forms and forms created in Flash. Attendees will learn how to build a process that can be leveraged to handle these various form types through an approval process using Adobe LiveCycle Enterprise Suite. Attendees will hear how this modeling technology will allow them to save development time and maintenance costs.

Tracks: Develop
Audience: Architect, Web Developer, Application Developer
Skill Level: Advanced
Products: Flash Builder, LiveCycle ES
Speaker: Ben Helleman
Times:
Tuesday, October, 26th, 8:00 am – 9:30 am



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Adobe MAX 2010 – Building Composite Rich Internet Applications

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Join product experts and learn how to build an enterprise composite application using Adobe LiveCycle Mosaic ES. Discover how to assemble and integrate multiple enterprise applications on the client side while ensuring user interface integrity of your enterprise look and feel. You’ll also learn how to include embedded collaboration to enable users to communicate while remaining within the application context.

Tracks: Develop
Audience: Architect, Partner Decision Maker, Web Designer, Web Developer, Application Developer, Business Decision Maker
Skill Level: Intermediate
Products: Flash Builder, LiveCycle ES
Speaker: Don Walling
Times:
Tuesday, October, 26th, 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

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Adobe MAX 2010 – Creating Enterprise RIAs: From Design to Implementation

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Use best-in-class tools to create an enterprise RIA that enables users to browse and view documents, connect to a document management store, display a master detail list (of users, customers, invoices, or similar), and display associated secured documents. You’ll learn how to use Adobe Flash Catalyst to import a design comp created in Adobe Photoshop and define the interaction design of the application. Once the interaction design has been defined in Flash Catalyst, you’ll import the project into Adobe Flash Builder and use model-driven development to implement connectivity to an Adobe LiveCycle ES2 server.

Tracks: Develop
Audience: Web Developer, Application Developer
Skill Level: General Audience
Products: Flash Builder, Flash Catalyst, LiveCycle ES
Speaker: Marcel Boucher
Times:
Sunday, October, 24th, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

 

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