Evaluating any new technology can be a challenge. This Short Cut is designed to help web application developers (and their team managers) understand if Flex is the right technology for their company or client. Although the authors of this book have a strong understanding of the Flex framework, this isn't a sales pitch for Flex. The authors believe that Flex is a good tool to solve many business problems, but it is not a cure-all.
After reading this material, you'll know what's good about Rich Internet Applications. You'll know the capabilities of Flex 2, how Flex works, and how much it costs. We'll tell you about the challenges you'll face in developing with Flex, and show you the steps you'll take to create and deploy a Flex 2 application.
Table of contents
Flex Early Evaluation: Assessing Flex and Your Project Needs
Why Are Rich Internet Applications Important?
- The Importance of User Acceptance
- Flex Helps Deliver the Content Users Want
Understanding Flex 2.0 Capabilities
- Development in Flex 2.0
Using the Flex 2 Framework
- Other Development Integration
- Licensing Costs
Putting It All Together: Building an Application in Flex 2.0
- Getting Started with Flex Builder 2
- Creating a New Flex Project
- Laying Out an Application Using Design View
- Adding Data to the Controls with Data Binding
- Running and Debugging a Flex Application
- effectiveUI Authors
- Title: Flex Early Evaluation: Assessing Flex and Your Project Needs
- Release date: May 2007
- Publisher(s): O'Reilly Media, Inc.
- ISBN: 9780596514419
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