Pro Flex on Spring

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Apress, Mar 11, 2009 - Computers - 488 pages

This book is well-suited for those with some experience with Flex and Spring who are looking for development design patterns and practical RIA architecture integration techniques.

What you’ll learn Explore best practices on architecting enterprise rich Internet applications with Flex and Spring. Discover how Flex applications interface with Spring services. Understand how to persist data, end–to–end, using Flex data communication protocols with Spring and its interactions with iBATIS, Hibernate, and JDBC. Work with solid frameworks, Cairngorm and Pure MVC, to build Flex applications. Build a practical application that demonstrates real experience in delivering enterprise RIAs. See how Spring Factories play a key role in routing calls to Spring classes from Flex clients. Who this book is for

This book is primarily for Spring developers and users new to Flex who want to learn how to incorporate Flex development using Spring. Flex developers curious about Spring will find this interesting as well.

 

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Contents

Rich Internet Applications with Flex and Spring
1
Project Planning for Flex and Spring
15
The Tools for the Job
45
Introduction to Flex Applications
63
Introduction to Spring
97
Flex and Spring Integration Architecture
123
Cairngorm and PureMVC
157
Data Persistence
203
Bringing It All Together
269
Building the Database
297
Building the Spring Services
311
Building the Flex User Interface
357
Porting the Flex Application to AIR
417
Installing the RIA Tools Platform
435
Index
445
Copyright

Security
241

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Chris Giametta is the owner and lead architect for AppFoundation Technology Group, Inc. (www.appfoundation.com), specializing in Flex and open source J2EE technologies. He has been involved with Flex since spring 2004, before the release of Flex 1.5. He used Flex and Spring together to set a solid framework to deliver Flex applications to clients in retail, procurement, and web-based projects. Outside of work, Chris enjoys golfing, sporting events, and most importantly, raising his two children, Kaitlyn and Cole, with his wife, Kristi.

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