Category: Adobe LiveCycle Data Services

Flex on Mobile – from skeptical to excited

April 11, 2011 | By | Add a Comment

Today there are several ways to build apps for mobile devices. You can write native apps using the device OS SDK and get great results for that OS, but if you need to write apps that work across Android, iOS and QNX (Blackberry PlayBook), it’s not a very productive path because you basically end up […]

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MAX Session: New LiveCycle Data Services Support for HTML5/JS, Native Android, Apple iOS, Java, and .NET

September 26, 2010 | By | 6 Comments

We just added a new session to MAX — New LiveCycle Data Services Clients: HTML5/JavaScript, Native Android, iPhone/iOS, Java, and .NET — Tuesday, October, 26th, 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm Get a preview of our upcoming Adobe LiveCycle Data Services client capability for HTML5/JavaScript, Java, native Android apps and Apple iOS (iPhone/iPad).  I’ll also be […]

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LiveCycle ES2 described by Avoka

September 14, 2010 | By | Add a Comment

Howard Treisman, Technical Director at Avoka, recently wrote a blog post titled, “LiveCycle in an Elevator“, a very good “elevator pitch” of the multiple facets of LiveCycle. Avoka has customers in the USA, Europe and Australia.  They have many LiveCycle and Flex gurus that build customer solutions as well as some killer products.  Check them […]

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Adding real-time data visualization to your ColdFusion apps

September 8, 2010 | By | 1 Comment

One of my favorite things to do with Adobe Flex is build applications that  show real-time data. In this blog post, I will share what I’ve learned in the past few months about using ColdFusion as a source of real-time data and Flex combined with Google Maps API for Flash as a means of visualizing […]

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CFUnited Session: Building Multiplayer games on the Flash Platform with ColdFusion, Flex and Data Services

July 26, 2010 | By | 4 Comments

On Thursday, I’m presenting a session at CFUnited titled, “Building Multi-Player games on the Flash Platform with ColdFusion, Flex and Data Services“.   As you can see, I’m trying to do something a bit more fun than my usual topics!   Yes, I’m talking about ColdFusion powering a multiplayer game!  Over the past 18 months, […]

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CFUnited Session: Adding real-time data visualization to your application or website

July 26, 2010 | By | 10 Comments

On Friday, I’m presenting a session at CFUnited titled, “Adding real-time data visualization to your application or website“.   In this session, I’m going to demonstrate how to take data from your web site or application and turn it into a real-time data feed that can be used to feed a dashboard that will impress […]

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Tour de Flex 2.0 – AIR and Flex Component and API Explorer Launched!

June 18, 2010 | By | 5 Comments

We just posted Tour de Flex 2.0.  If you already have a previous version of Tour de Flex, it should auto-update to 2.0.   This latest version has several bug fixes and now requires AIR 2.0 to support many new AIR 2.0 samples.   Go grab it and check out the new samples in the […]

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1000+ pages of LiveCycle ES2 content now online via new web version of Tour de LiveCycle

May 13, 2010 | By | 1 Comment

Several months ago, we launched Tour de LiveCycle, a desktop app for navigating 1000+ pages of LiveCycle content. This week, we have taken that same content and made it also available through your web browser. Go to Tour de LiveCycle ES2 Web version at http://www.adobe.com/devnet/livecycle/tourdelivecycle/web One nice feature is that you can bookmark specific content. […]

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Real-time data visualization using Flex and publish/subscribe messaging

February 1, 2010 | By | 1 Comment

When you hear the term “data visualization”, you probably immediately think of pie charts, bar charts, and line charts showing sales data, population data, or other historical data.   These charts and graphs help us to visualize the data, detect key trends, and make decisions moving forward. While charts are great for understanding historical data, real-time […]

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