Posts tagged "LiveCycle"

October 26, 2009

Adobe PDF Test Toolkit Launched to Public

Adobe PDF Test Toolkit (APTT) enables enterprise customers to automate the testing of the Acrobat family of products, particularly when used with LiveCycle and SAP. The initial focus is to enable LiveCycle and SAP users to leverage HP’s Quick Test Pro automation capabilities to automate the testing of form workflows with Acrobat and Reader running as standalone applications or within a browser.

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October 5, 2009

Adobe Flash Collaboration Service Launched

Adobe Flash Collaboration is service that allows Flex developers to easily add real-time social capabilities into their RIAs. This technology shipped on October 5, 2009 as Adobe LiveCycle Collaboration Service and is no longer hosted on Labs.

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March 3, 2009

Hub Released on Labs

Hub is a client Adobe AIR application that connects to Adobe LiveCycle ES services for the purpose of generating PDFs or assembling different PDFs into packages. It demonstrates how to connect a client desktop to LiveCycle ES services using Adobe Flex Remoting. The drag-and-drop client interface allows the user to upload files, watch the progress and retrieve the content back to the desktop with a single gesture. Hub was developed in response to customer requests for a client connector to Adobe LiveCycle ES.

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February 19, 2007

XForms Converter Released on Labs

An alpha version of the new XForms Converter utility has been released on Adobe Labs. XForms Converter was developed to provide the ability to perform the conversion of XForms documents into Adobe’s XML Forms Architecture (XFA) documents. The resulting files are XDP documents that can be used in Adobe’s LiveCycle Designer application. The utility can be invoked via the console or a Java Swing client. For more information and to download the utility, check out the entry in the Labs wiki.

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