– Marcel Van Espen
Look at these videos that demonstrate how you can use LiveCycle ES to build a process and an AIR application to publish tweets to a corporate Twitter account where you have control on what’s published or not. Part 1 focuses on building the client with Flash Builder 4 with the LC Service Discovery plugin. In part 2 you will see how to archive all tweets in a PDF/A format within LiveCycle Content Services.
Original article at http://www.drflex.eu/2010/01/building-a-controlled-twitter-solution-using-adobe-livecycle-es-part1/.
– Mark Szulc
I’ve completed building my first custom component for ADEP WEM (formerly known as CQ5) and what else to build but the HelloWorld of modern day websites? A Google Map component! With this component you can now simple drag and drop a map onto a page, then click the edit button to enter the address that […]
Read the complete article at this URL and download the component from here.
Original article at http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/MarkSzulcsBlog/~3/BvNOR3oFsyo/.
I’ve recorded two webinars (Adobe Connect sessions) for people who are about to install ADEP Experience and Document Services. The first one discusses some high-level topics like supported platforms, development tools etc. while the second provides screen-by-screen details of a complete install effort on Windows, including the installation of Flash Builder 4.5, its integration with an ADEP Experience Server, and the integration of the Experience Server with the Document Server.
Since these are Adobe Connect sessions, your browser should have Adobe Flash Player installed.
1) Install – Introduction (15 minutes)
2) Install – Detailed Steps (31 minutes)
Additional Resources are available:
– Introductory video on ADEP by Steve Forrest (9 minutes)
– YouTube video by Gary Gilchrist, explaining how to integrate ADEP Experience Server with ADEP Document Server (12 minutes)
Original article at http://blogs.adobe.com/ADEP/2011/08/things-to-know-before-installing-adep-experience-and-document-services.html.
– Marcel Van Espen
Very soon a connector for MS Sharepoint Server will be released. This offers bi-directional integration options to either connect to Sharepoint from a LiveCycle process, or to connect to a LiveCycle service from a Sharepoint document/folder.
I have recorded a demonstration that shows you how to store the result of a forms process in LiveCycle in a Sharepoint folder. I have used a very simple holiday request form that is filled in from the LiveCycle Workspace. After filling it in a static PDF is generated using the Output service and the result is stored into Sharepoint using one of the standard services. Check out the recording on http://www.vimeo.com/9378807
Original article at http://www.drflex.eu/2010/02/livecycle-es2-integrated-with-ms-sharepoint-server-2007/.
– Shone Sadler
So what does Zillow and LiveCycle have to do with one another? Well not much other than I decided to do a demo around integrating Zillow with LiveCycle for MAX 2008. Zillow is a vertical platform around real estate located up in the clouds, while LiveCycle is a horizontal platform focused on enabling PDF, AIR, and Flash in the enterprise and is in the more traditional camp of on-premise software.
You can view an entire walkthrough at screencast.com Or the following lower res videos at YouTube.
So why did I create this demo?
- Of course to show off some functionality of LiveCycle and integration with AIR
- Illustrate the implementation of a common Engagement Pattern, Content Assembly, we see leveragedby LiveCycle customers.
- Show the integration of LiveCycle with a RESTfull Cloud API
Typically I have my own self-serving motivations in implementing demos. This time is no different. I have moved quite a bit over time, but failed to actually make money in the sale of any house (e.g. had to pay to sell my last house in July). So the next time my wife and I purchase a house we will be doing a lot more research than we have done in the past. However, we have always felt constrained by the tools we have used or that our agents have (we have done this a fair bit). While Zillow is an awesome resource it still doesn’t have ALL the information we are interested in. Moreover it doesn’t provide a means for us to effectively collaborate between ourselves and our real estate agent when considering one or more houses. So this demo is a proof of concept of what I was looking for and shows the value add of integrating a powerful cloud API such as Zillow with LiveCycle for creating portable Mashups.
Below is the architecture diagram for the Property Lister Demo.
Brief notes on the components:
- At the top we have the Property Lister AIR application which communicates with
- Zillow, a Real Estate platform in the Sky with a RESTful API
- GetPropertyPortfolio Process, a service implemented in LiveCycle which a) iterates through a set of Propertiesm, b) calls GetPropertyDetailReport for each Property, and c) uses the LiveCycle Assembler service to combine all of those reports into a single PDF Portfolio.
- GetPropertyDetailReport Process, a service implemented in LiveCycle which generates a single PDF for a given property by a) generating a detail page and b) merging in any attachments specified by the client.
- Zillow Component, a Custom Java Component deployed within LC that a) creates a Service in LC that calls into Zillow and b) defines two data types that are used by the demo to communicate between clients (e.g. the Property Lister AIR app) and the GetPropertyPortfolio process.
- Out-of-the-box LiveCycle Services that are leveraged by the PropertyLister Application to generate a Portable Real Estate Mashup.
Trying out the Property Lister
For now however you will need to do the following steps:
- Download and install the LiveCycle trial (if you haven’t already) from http://www.adobe.com/devnet/livecycle/trial/.
Note: This demo was built on LCES Update 1 (also known as 8.2.1)
- Download the Source Code for a) the AIR app b) the LiveCycle Archive and c) the LiveCycle Java Components used from Download Source Code
- With LiveCycle up and running go to LiveCycle Workbench and click on Window–>Show View–>Components. In the Components view you can right click the top node to then install the Java Components downloaded
- Next, log into the LiveCycle Admin UI (http://localhost:8080/adminui) and go to Services–>Applications and Services–>Archive Management where you can import the PropertyListing.lca file from the download.
- Make sure to configure your Email Service through the LiveCycle Admin UI by once again going to Services–>Applications and Services –> EmailService and setting the SMTP host/user/ and password.
- Import the Flex Project included in the Download to your Flex Builder environment.
- Make sure to set your Zillow Developer ID into the Source code for the AIR app (Currently its hardwired int the com/adobe/service/PropertyListingService.as file.
- Run the AIR APP!
Anyway, I hope you find this demo usefull! Its time to get back to the left over Turkey
Original article at http://lostintentions.com/2008/11/28/zillow-livecycle-portable-real-estate-mashups/.
– Mark Szulc
About 3 years ago I wrote my first custom component for Adobe LiveCycle ES, a Twitter client, that allowed you to Tweet as part of a process orchestration. I’ve seen it crop up in quite a few demonstrations over time and find it to be a good example of how extensible Livecycle ES is. Until […]
Original article at http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/MarkSzulcsBlog/~3/B91CLZMA-IY/.