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Welcome to the Flower Platform root page. Click on one product to access its dedicated section. Flower Dev Center is a web based software meant to facilitate collaboration between developers. Flower Dev Center focuses on collaborative UML modeling plus other various features useful for developers when they think & design together their software: collaborative editing of source code , integration with SCM (e.g. SVN), etc.
Dans cet article, nous allons voir les différentes étapes nécessaires à l’installation de Flash Builder 4 et de son plugin compagnon, les webtools, qui lui permet de créer des projets java. Continue Reading Dans ce billet, nous allons présenter les différentes étapes nécessaires pour la création d’une application Flex communicant avec une application serveur Java / BlazeDS créés chacune dans deux projets différents.
Parsley is an application framework for Flex/Flash/AIR applications written in AS3. Spicelib is a suite of independent AS3 libraries that Parsley builds upon, but that can also be used separately. All Spicefactory products are no longer actively maintained as the creator has moved on to work with different technologies. The final versions of Parsley and Spicelib had been released in February 2012. Parsley features:
After the 360Flex took place in San Jose I watched a few of the video recordings which are available through Adobe Media Player . Ted Patrick was also so nice to put them on his blog . I am always interested in new Flex frameworks and Swiz got my attention. I watched the video and started to play around with it. What I like most about the framework is the use of metadata aka annotations which really reduces the amount of code. When I first checked out the source I recognized that the DynamicMediator which was shown in the presentation was not committed yet.
Second Generation Micro-architectures One of the primary reasons we have microarchitectures and design patterns in the first place is to maximize simplicity in application code. The problem is that not every architect understands this. Often we find architectures and design patterns being used in ways that do nothing more than increase complexity, which is counter-intuitive. This is why it is important to understand the framework that you are working with before you begin development on a production project that uses it, and Swiz is no exception. A common characteristic among second-generation micro-architectures is that they are built to empower the developer, rather than over-power.