How to move Adobe AIR for Android to your SD card

October 9, 2010 | By | Add a Comment
How to move Adobe AIR for Android to your SD card

If you are like me and have an android phone that is lacking internal RAM, you are probably doing a lot of app juggling to make it all fit.  Serge Jespers recent blogged: Android – Move your apps to SD where he explains how to move almost any app to the SD card.  This also allows […]

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Distributing content world wide using Amazon CloudFront

October 5, 2010 | By | 6 Comments
Distributing content world wide using Amazon CloudFront

A few days ago, I announced that many of the samples in Tour de Flex are now hosted in 16 distributed locations.  As promised, here are the details: Prior to last Friday, most of the Tour de Flex samples were hosted from a dedicated server in California.  For those of us in the US, the […]

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Tour de Flex Samples now hosted in 16 locations across planet earth

September 30, 2010 | By | 5 Comments
Tour de Flex Samples now hosted in 16 locations across planet earth

A few weeks ago, Tour de Flex passed the 20 million samples served milestone very quietly.  The quietness was not intentional…. we were just too busy to notice when it happened!  Traffic continues to be very strong and very spread out across the globe.  Starting a few minutes ago, all of the Tour de Flex […]

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

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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My dive into the world of Amazon EC2 and the new crazy cheap Micro instance

September 22, 2010 | By | 18 Comments
My dive into the world of Amazon EC2 and the new crazy cheap Micro instance

I heard about Amazon EC2 when it launched in 2006 but had never really checked it out until about four weeks ago when I was looking for at my options for hosting some demos that require more control over the machine than what a typical hosting company provides.  One of my fellow evangelists, James Ward, […]

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LiveCycle ES2 described by Avoka

September 14, 2010 | By | Add a Comment
LiveCycle ES2 described by Avoka

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
Adding real-time data visualization to your ColdFusion apps

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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Adobe AIR Launchpad – a tool for Flex developers building AIR applications

August 23, 2010 | By | 19 Comments
Adobe AIR Launchpad – a tool for Flex developers building AIR applications

During the past two years, I’ve met a lot of developers going through the process of learning to build desktop applications on Adobe AIR. As they learn AIR, these developers face the same set of challenges — enabling auto-update, setting up icons, creating an install badge, accessing the SQLite database, and using the many other […]

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The AIR Administrator’s Guide – controlling Adobe AIR in your environment

August 5, 2010 | By | 1 Comment
The AIR Administrator’s Guide – controlling Adobe AIR in your environment

Every day I see new applications that take advantage of all of the cool features that AIR provides such as SQLite database, encrypted DB, idle detection, network detection, local file support, socket support, native integration, etc.   It is no surprise that AIR is starting to be a logical choice for many enterprise applications, especially […]

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