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Flex on Java by Jeremy Anderson, BJ Allmon

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Part 3. The joys of Flex on Java

Part 3, chapters 7 through 11, goes beyond what you’d find in most books on Flex and Java. You will cover topics like security and personalization because most applications need to implement a security strategy, and personalization usually comes next.

You will also cover charting with Degrafa, an open source Flex drawing API, and adding a chart to the example application.

One feature that sets the Flex framework apart from other web frameworks is its ability to run as a native desktop application. With this in mind, you will refactor the example application to include a deployment to the desktop version of the application.

Because writing code without tests is irresponsible, these final chapters demonstrate ...

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