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Biz Stone called it “one of the most special days in the history of Twitter.” And as it turned out, it was also a notable day for Java, a relic of the 1990s that is once again remaking the internet. In the summer of 2010, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev visited Twitter headquarters in downtown San Francisco, on his way to a meeting with Google chief Eric Schmidt in Silicon Valley and a sit-down with President Barack Obama at the White House. That day, Twitter HQ was transformed into something akin to an airport security checkpoint, complete with armed guards, and the worldwide press turned out in droves to watch the Russian president send his first tweet. The Second Coming of Java: Clinton-Era Relic Returns to Rule Web | Wired Enterprise
wsdl2as is a Java application for generating ActionScript 3 stub code to access a SOAP webservice as defined by a WSDL file. The result of running it should typically be a .as file defining a class named after the service, which contains ActionScript methods named after the operations in the WSDL. It is only intended to work with document/literal style services! Why? Flex already includes WebService support, but all the code is dynamically-typed, which means the compiler is less likely to spot coding errors caused by changes in the server-provided interface. Programming against wsdl2as-generated code will give the compiler a chance to spot when you try to call a method that doesn't exist, or pass a parameter who's type has changed. Open Source Flash - wsdl2as
Mariush T. – Freelance Flex/PureMVC Developer – blog » Blog Arch This application demonstrates how to use AIR 2.0 Native Process with Java program. Air application sends String to Java program, Java program reads it and sends back to AIR app. Before packaging the ‘NativeProcessDemo’ application into an AIR file, make sure you have added the following line to application description file <supportedProfiles>extendedDesktop desktop</supportedProfiles> .