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Adobe :: 2007 Amgen Tour of California TourTracker 2.0 :: More info

Adobe :Dashboard :: Sales data analysis :: More info

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Adobe :: Photo Viewer :: More info

Adobe :: Restaurant Finder :: More info

Fauxto :: Photoshop-like image editor

Alex Styler :: Flex, Yahoo! Maps & RSS Feeds :: See the day’s earthquakes, and more!

Amit Gupta :: E41ST :: Amazon/Library mashup :: More info

Andrew Muller :: Video Show & Snapp App :: More info

Andrew Trice :: Census Data Mashup :: More info

Andrew Wason :: MotionBox :: Video sharing

Ben Robinson :: CFMonitor

Bill Brittain :: Is2 Quickbooks Web Client :: More info

Christophe Coenraets :: Flex and JMS: Portfolio Viewer :: More info

Christophe Coenraets :: Google Maps Collaboration using Flex, Flash Media Server and AJAX

Coker Isaac, James Mark, William Ukoh :: Premeet Collaborative Portal :: An interactive RIA developed to foster collaboration and break-the-ice between conference attendees before the actual physical meeting

Daniel Hai :: Onyx :: Video Mixer :: More info :: Belgecom TV

Darin Kohles :: Diamond Selector

Darron Schall :: Just Freakin’ Cool :: Commodore 64 emulator

David Brannan :: Exam Professor

Digital Positions :: :: Online jewelery store :: More info

Ely Greenfield :: Flickr Roulette :: More info

Erik Loehfelm :: Haworth Product Catalog

EyeJot :: Video Messaging Service :: More info

Fairfax Business Media :: AFR Access :: Investment tool for Australian Financial Review

Fidelity :: Trading Knowledge Center :: More info :: A social networking site that allows users to create “personal pages where you can post pictures, upload video or audio and even draw or write stuff”

FTDG & StarNetSys :: Dow Jones Averages Interactive Learning Center

Gary Gilbert :: Photo Album

Graham Weldon :: Weather Information Service :: More info

Hilary Bridel :: Australian Weather Observations :: More info

in2M :: Mvelopes :: Personal budgeting

James Ward :: Flex Paint

Joe Berkovitz :: ReviewTube :: YouTube videos with time-bases captions – “a graffiti wall for YouTube” :: More info :: Source code

Joh. Enschedé :: Amsterdam Airport Noise Monitoring System :: More info

John Grden :: Xray Flash Debugger :: Start this test swf 1st :: More info

Josh Tynjala :: MXNA Dashboard :: More info

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Laura Arguella :: ToDo List :: More info

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MediaCatalyst :: Sony Ericsson :: Phone Store

Mindomo :: Mind Mapping

Mingjie Zhu :: Jawbreaker Game

Nahuel Forenda :: HomeLocator :: More info

Nationwide :: Savings & Investment Navigator

Renaun Erickson :: Flex Search Mashup :: More info

Richard Brownell :: A Short RPG Adventure

Rick Englert :: PicFindr :: Find copyleft picts :: More info


Simon Barber :: MXNA Viewer

Stanley Marrder :: Xotel Frontdest :: Hotel reservation app

Ted Patrick :: TagTV :: Dev time = 8 hours

Thomas Gonzalez :: BrightPoint Dashboard :: Sales & profit analysis :: More info

Tim McLeod & Kevin Harris :: Lesson Builder :: More info

Tim Scollick :: Flickr / YouTube Tag Search

Tony Kirman :: I-Ching

Trenitalia :: Real-Time Italian Train Info

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Zilun Gong :: Country Finder

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Adobe :: LiveCycle Data Services ES — in depth

Christophe Coenraets :: Building Collaborative Applications with Flex Data Services and Flash Media Server

Christophe Coenraets :: Building database-driven Flex applications without writing (Client- or server-side) code

Christophe Coenraets :: Flex Data Management Services Tutorial

Christophe Coenraets :: InSync: Automatic Offline Data Synchronization in AIR using LCDS 2.6

Christophe Coenraets :: Offline Synchronization using AIR and LiveCycle Data Services

Christophe Coenraets :: Real Time Market Data using Apollo and Flex Data Services

Christophe Coenraets :: Synchronizing Data in Apollo using Flex Data Services

Damon Cooper :: BlazeDS and LCDS: Channels, Channels Everywhere

Daniel Harfleet :: Installing Flex Data Services on JBoss

Fain, Rasputnis & Tartakovsky :: Automatically generating code for Flex 2 data access

Herrlich & Ramuschkat ::  Flex Data Services Performance Tests white paper

Jeff Vroom :: Architecting RIAs with Flex Data Management Services

Jove Shi :: Use Flex Message Service with JBoss

Lin Lin :: How to get Single Managed Objects from a specified remote destination

Peter Ent :: Flex And Hibernate

Peter Farland ::  Configuring, Debugging and Deploying LiveCycle Data Services Applications :: Slides from Pete’s December 2007 Boston Flex Camp presentation

Steven Webster :: On Labs: The Artist formerly known as Flex Data Services :: Intro to FDS 2.5, aka LiveCycle Data Services 2.5

Thaddeus Batt :: Adobe Livecycle Dataservices Deployed under Tomcat with Sun 64-bit JVM on Fedora 7

Victor Rubba :: Asynchronicity Blues – Managing Multiple Dataservice Calls

Victor Rubba :: DataServiceTransaction & LCDS

Victor Rubba :: Passing Objects on a Dataservice fill()


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What is Adobe® Flex® 3?
A:Adobe Flex 3 is Adobe’s development of a free open source framework for building expressive web applications that deploy consistently on all major browsers, desktops, and operating systems. It provides a modern, standards-based language and programming model that supports common design patterns and includes an Eclipse™ based development environment; advanced data services; and a fast, enterprise-class client runtime based on ubiquitous Adobe Flash® Player software. Flex enables enterprises to create highly interactive, expressive applications that dramatically enhance the user experience, increasing customer satisfaction and user productivity.
What kinds of applications can be built with Flex 3?
A:You can use Flex 3 to create a wide range of highly interactive, expressive applications. For example, a data visualization application built in Flex can pull data from multiple back-end sources and display it visually. Business users can drill down into the data for deeper insight and even change the data and have it automatically updated on the back end. A product configuration application can help customers navigate the process of selecting or customizing products online. A self-service application can guide customers through an address change or help employees complete an otherwise complicated, multiple-step benefits enrollment process.
What software do I need to build Flex applications?
A:You can create and deploy Flex applications using only the Open Source Flex 3 SDK or the Free Adobe Flex 3 SDK. For a more productive development experience, you can use Adobe Flex Builder™ 3 software, a powerful, Eclipse based IDE available as a licensed product. For a more productive, higher performing approach to connecting Flex applications to back-end services, you can use BlazeDS, a free, open source Java™ solution. BlazeDS includes both Flex Remoting, which provides binary, serialized data transport, and Flex messaging services, offering real-time data push.
How do I learn Flex?
A:There are many ways you can learn and get started using Flex. You can learn on your own using the many resources in the Adobe Developer Connection or the Flex getting started wiki. There are many books and online instructional courses available through Adobe partners. You can attend an eSeminar to get an overview or participate in a formal, instructor-led course offered by an Adobe training partner either on-site or off-site.
What is Flex Builder 3?
A: Adobe Flex Builder 3 is an Eclipse based development tool enabling intelligent coding, interactive step-through debugging, and visual design of user interface layout, appearance, and behavior of rich Internet applications (RIAs). You can import assets from Adobe Creative Suite® 3 software into Flex Builder 3, making it easy for designers and developers to work together. Flex Builder is licensed on a per-seat developer basis and is available starting at US$249. You can download a 60-day free trial of Flex Builder to get started.
What is the difference between Flex Builder 3 Standard and Flex Builder 3 Professional?
A:Adobe Flex Builder 3 Standard
Adobe Flex Builder 3 Standard is a productive, Eclipse based development tool enabling intelligent coding, interactive step-through debugging, and visual design of user interface layout, appearance, and behavior of RIAs. Key features include:

Powerful coding tools Take advantage of editors for MXML, ActionScript™, and CSS; syntax coloring; statement completion; code collapse; interactive step-through debugging; and more.
Rich visual layout Visually design and preview user interface layout, appearance, and behavior using a rich library of built-in or custom components.
Integrated media Seamlessly integrate media into applications.
Integration with Creative Suite 3 New Flex Skin Design extensions for Adobe Flash, Illustrator®, Photoshop®, and Fireworks® software make it fast and easy to import ready-to-use creative assets directly into Flex.
Adobe Flex Builder 3 Professional
Use Adobe Flex Builder 3 Professional to create business-critical applications. It offers all of the powerful features included in Flex Builder 3 Standard, plus:

Powerful testing tools Memory and performance profilers help investigate memory use and analyze where applications are spending time. Use automated functional testing support for regression testing.
Interactive data visualization Create data dashboards and interactive data analysis by simply dragging and dropping a chart type and linking it to a data source using the Flex charting library.
What is BlazeDS?
A:BlazeDS enables developers to easily connect to back-end distributed data and push data in real time to Adobe Flex and Adobe AIR applications for more responsive RIA experiences. Previously available only as part of Adobe LiveCycle® Data Services ES software, the technologies included in BlazeDS and the Action Message Format (AMF) protocol specification are being contributed to open source under the Lesser General Public License (LGPL) v3.
Will Adobe provide enterprise support for BlazeDS?
Yes, enterprise support for BlazeDS will be available via subscription offerings, similar to those offered by companies that have built business models around open source software. Subscriptions will include access to trusted, certified builds, patches, warranties, and enterprise support for business-critical applications. See the BlazeDS FAQ for complete details.