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Flex, LCDS and ColdFusion Magic

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This past Wednesday, I did a presentation at 360|Flex in Indy. My presentation was on Flex, LCDS (LiveCycle Data Services), and ColdFusion, and how they all work together.  It was a lot of fun to talk about this topic that is so near and dear to my heart.   Because it was the last session of the day, I was asked by many of the participants to record it so that they could listen to it later 🙂

 

 

 

For those of you that want to ‘participate’ with the preso here:

Also, the screen-share of the entire presentation is available below:

Adobe Connect Recording

 

Thanks to everybody who showed up, and also a big shout-out to TechSmith for providing the giveaways at the end of the presentation!

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One response to “Flex, LCDS and ColdFusion Magic

  1. Landon June 2, 2009 at 1:17 pm

    Very good presentation. I enjoyed reading it.

    We are currently using a similar setup in a couple of products we offer at our company. We have a enterprise document management system called sharedox (www.sharedox.com) that was built using Java + coldfusion. Quite recently we have ben adding RIA components to it using flex.

    We also have a new exciting analytic tool coming out soon (currently in alpha) called FusionAnalytics (http://www.fusion-reactor.com/labs/analytics.cfm) which was built using Java + BlazeDS + Flex and I will add has pushed the boundaries of Flex without a doubt.

    You may have heard of our other products we offer including FusionReactor and FusionDebug which are extremely useful and powerful tools for debugging coldfusion applications and monitoring them in production.

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