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Prerelease 1.4 includes several enhancements and fixes–see the change log for more information. A new Form Validation sample application also exhibits some of the added functionality.
Download Spry prerelease 1.4 today and let us know what you think!
Check out JSEclipse on the Adobe Labs site here.
Today we released the Flex Stress Testing Framework on Adobe Labs. This new technology helps Flex developers using Flex Data Services load test their Flex 2 applications. Detailed overview, setup, and getting started information is provided in the Labs wiki. If you use Flex Data Services or are considering this solution, download the framework and check out the added functionality that it provides.
Today we released the ColdFusion Portlet Toolkit for IBM WebSphere through the Adobe Labs wiki. This toolkit is a proof-of-concept library that allows you to use ColdFusion as a Portal Application within a WebSphere Portal Server (WSPS version 5 and greater). Please see the above links for more information or download and install the toolkit.
An updated version of Cairngorm for Flex 2 has been released through the Adobe Labs wiki. Already an open-source microarchitecture (collection of design patterns) for Flex developers that aids in consistently solving recurring design challenges, Cairngorm 2.1 was announced at Adobe MAX and includes various new features and fixes. Please see the readme file within the download for more information.
The Flex Scheduling Framework has recently been made available on the Adobe Labs wiki. More than just a calendar component, the Scheduling Framework allows you to create and fully customize any number of Scheduling components.
Earlier today on Labs we released Flex Builder 2 for the Macintosh on Adobe Labs. This new release brings the Flex Builder authoring environment to Mactel machines—enabling even more developers to productively build and test Flex applications. This release is available as a standalone installer or Eclipse plugin. Download Flex Builder 2 for Macintosh.
Early this morning we released a new Scheduling Framework for Flex 2 on Adobe Labs. What will eventually be released as open source by the Adobe Consulting team, this technology is more than just a calendar component; the Scheduling Framework allows you to create and fully customize any number of Scheduling Components. You can learn more about the framework, download the source, and view sample files within the Labs wiki.
We have recently released the ASDoc technology on Adobe Labs. ASDoc is a command-line tool that is used to create HTML documentation from AS and MXML files. The HTML output looks similar to the Flex 2 Language Reference. If you are creating custom Flex components, this tool will be invaluable to your distribution efforts.
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