Chapter 33 Building ColdFusion-Powered AIR Applications


Creating AIR Clients for ColdFusion Applications 323

Comparison with LCDS Data Management 323

Configuring the Flash Builder Project 324

Building the ColdFusion Service CFC 325

Building the Value Objects 328

Initializing syncManager 329

Loading Data 331

Editing and Saving Data 332

Synchronizing Data with the Server 333

Managing Conflicts 333

Creating AIR Clients for ColdFusion Applications

One of the main reasons to build an AIR application instead of a standard Web application is to be able to use your application offline. However, building support to load data, save data, and synchronize data for an offline application can take a large amount of code.

First you need to ...

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