Enterprise Flex with BlazeDS: A tutorial based approach

Enterprise Flex with BlazeDS: A tutorial based approach
Authors
Brian Telintelo
ISBN
1440495661
Published
12 Jan 2009
Purchase online
amazon.com

Enterprise Flex with BlazeDS takes a tutorial(with screen shots) based approach to learning Flex with BlazeDS and remote objects. Below is a list of "children" aka "chapters" of the book. Part 1: Tutorial Child 0:Flex and BlazeDS with WTP Child 1:Creating the Property Search Application Child 2:Flex Design and Layout Child 3:Creating Java Service Classes Child 4:BlazeDS Configuration Child 5:Picking a Flex Architecture Child 6:Cairngorm Framework Child 7:Penne Framework Child 8:Spri

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Enterprise Flex with BlazeDS takes a tutorial(with screen shots) based approach to learning Flex with BlazeDS and remote objects. Below is a list of "children" aka "chapters" of the book. Part 1: Tutorial Child 0:Flex and BlazeDS with WTP Child 1:Creating the Property Search Application Child 2:Flex Design and Layout Child 3:Creating Java Service Classes Child 4:BlazeDS Configuration Child 5:Picking a Flex Architecture Child 6:Cairngorm Framework Child 7:Penne Framework Child 8:Spring with BlazeDS Child 9:Creating the Database Child 10:Hibernate and Spring Part 2: Using Flex in an enterprise environment Child 11:DataGrid Child 12:Enterprise DataGrid Child 13:Item Renderers Child 14:Enterprise ComboBox, CheckBox, CheckBoxGroup Child 15:Customizing BlazeDS Child 16:Flex Logging via BlazeDS and Log4j Child 17:Flex Open Source Development

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