Posts in Category "Flex"

Getting Started with Preview Releases of Flex SDK “Hero”, Flash Builder “Burrito”, and Flash Catalyst “Panini”

Straight off the press! – you can now download the public preview releases of the next versions of the Flex SDK, Flash Builder, and Flash Catalyst on Adobe Labs.

 The Flexteam Blog post describes the releases in good detail. But, here’s a quick list of links to various learning resources to help you get started:

 Intro articles written by the product managers 

 Samples, tutorials, and videos  

 Updated product documentation

 In the next few posts, I’ll be deep-diving into the features and their associated documentation. Until then, download the preview releases of all three products from Adobe Labs and get started!

ColdFusion Builder, Flash Builder 4, and Flex 4 released!

It’s been just a few minutes since ColdFusion Builder, Flash Builder 4, and Flex 4 hit the market.

 

ColdFusion Builder – The new and highly customizable Eclipse™-based IDE that enables developers to build ColdFusion applications faster than ever before. It also allows developers to save time by managing the entire ColdFusion development cycle from concept to production with one easy-to-use tool. The integration between ColdFusion Builder and Flash Builder makes it fast and easy for ColdFusion developers to create Flex applications.

 

Flash Builder 4 – There are over 90 new features in this release, and you can use them with both Flex 3 and Flex 4 to gain big improvements in development time, integration and building more expressive apps.

 

Flex 4 – This release of Flex includes the new Spark skinning and component architecture enabling a new level of expressiveness in RIAs, in addition to supporting the new Flash Catalyst-to-Flash Builder workflow.

 

My next set of posts will be focusing on the ColdFusion Builder release and covering more details, so stay tuned!

Call-out to all ColdFusion developers using Flex

Adobe is conducting a brief survey to learn more about how customers get information about using Flex. If you are a ColdFusion developer who uses Flex, we’d be particularly interested in your feedback.

 

Please click the link below to take a brief survey on the following topic. If you took this survey in November, you are welcome to take it again!

 

Creating data-driven applications in Flash Builder 4


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