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  • 1. Adobe
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  • 2. contents I.  what is Flex? II.  where did it come from? III.  what does it all mean? IV.  who uses Flex? V.  want to get some? A presentation by
  • 3. what is Flex? a collection of technologies for the development and deployment of cross platform rich Internet applications based on the proprietary Adobe Flash platform. viewed using the popular and widely accepted Flash runtime player. typically developed using the Flex Builder wysiwyg application. A presentation by
  • 4. what is Flex? a free, open source framework for building highly interactive, expressive web. a standards-based language and programming model that supports common design patterns Flex uses MXML, a declarative XML-based language for UI layout and behaviors A presentation by
  • 5. what is Flex?(contined) works with Adobe Air create desktop applications Browser-less runtime for RIA’s Adobe AIR (Apollo) Adobe Integrated Runtime versatile runtime environment allows use of Flash, Actionscript or HTML and JavaScript code A presentation by
  • 6. where did it come from? originally Developed by Macromedia first released March of 2004 as licensed product- the initial release included a SDK (software development kit), IDE (integrated development environment), and J2EE (Java platform enterprise edition) called Flex Data Services. Macromedia acquired by Adobe Systems- Flex no longer requires license for Flex Data Services FLEX 3 released early 2008 with open source license. A presentation by
  • 7. where did it come from? release history Flex 1.0- March 2004 (Macromedia) Flex 1.5-October 2004 Flex 2.0 (Alpha) - October 2005 Flex 2.0 Beta 1 - February 2006 Flex 2.0 Beta 2 - March 2006 Flex 2.0- June 2006 Flex 2.0.1 - January 5, 2007 Flex 3.0 Beta 1 - June 11, 2007 Flex 3.0 Beta 2 - October 1, 2007 Flex 3.0 Beta 3 - December 12, 2007 Flex 3.0- February 2008 Flex 4.0- (Codename Gumbo) 2009 A presentation by
  • 8. what does it all mean? what can Flex do? rich user experience cross-platform, accessible applications Adobe AIR integration developer productivity Adobe Creative Suite 3 integration ease of use Open source, standards-based framework advanced data services A presentation by
  • 9. what does it all mean? what can Flex do? (continued) enhancements to existing projects scalability advanced data visualization demos A presentation by
  • 10. what does it all mean? Adobe Flex Builder 3 code refactoring native support for Adobe AIR powerful testing tools advanced data services Flex 2 and 3 SDK support improved project workflows Web service introspection advanced data visualization A presentation by
  • 11. what does it all mean? component library Flex Builder Application integrated ILOG Elixir library drag and drop it into place and set its properties from within Flex Builder component demo- ilogelixir/demos/ A presentation by
  • 12. what does it all mean? A presentation by
  • 13. who uses Flex? examples discovery-earth-live.html?dcitc=w99-502-ah-1051 A presentation by
  • 14. want to get some?




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