Help the Flex team plan for the future

Now that Flex 2.0.1 is out the door, the team is deep in planning for future releases. To make sure we’re focusing on the right things, we need to hear more from the community, so if you’re using Flex please take a few minutes to fill out a short survey.

The survey can be found here:

As always, we appreciate your valuable feedback.


The Flex team

5 Responses to Help the Flex team plan for the future

  1. John Elliott says:

    The prospects of Flex look great, but Adobe is making me nervous because they cannot write. The mission, SDK documentation, sample code, press, everything written about Flex is muddled. Compared to the Java world Flex poses so many questions about everything.

  2. Luke says:

    The questionaire focused on the data services. Sorry, but the necessity to utilise Ajax/(X)HTML with Flex is more important! i.e. Google maps.I’ve tried the demo of the maps/flex app, doesn’t work on Linux (my dev box) and with IE6 (on Linux) was very flickery (i.e. unusable).So, for now, I’m using Ajax.

  3. david says:

    it could be nice if you simplify the databinding like oracle adf does, generate all class that your framework Cairngorn need easy to naavigate to datasource, or bind visually simple value object

  4. Interesting survey. I’m curious about the results for question 15 “which edition of Flex Data Services do you use in production”.. i assume and hope enough people answer that the cost is too high.and even Red5 is mentioned 🙂

  5. Glad to be of service :-)Some odd questions in there, like ‘intergrate better with Cairngorn’ when it already runs perfectly well it it.