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Developing Rich Clients with Macromedia Flex [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Steven Webster , Alistair McLeod

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31. Juli 2004
With Flash Player on approximately 98 percent of computers connected to the Internet and Flash itself evolving from a simple animation tool to a robust rich-client development platform, there's been just one thing missing from Macromedia's product lineup: A way for server-side developers to easily integrate Flash development into their workflows. Enter Macromedia Flex: With it, you can do everything one can do with Flash--on the server using the Flex Presentation Server software and the new XML-based language MXML. This guide shows you how! If you've ever developed dynamic Web applications on J2EE and .NET architectures, or using technologies like JSP and ASP, you should have no problem transferring those skills to develop rich-client solutions with Flex. After introducing readers to rich-client applications, Flex, and its architecture and typical workflow, authors Steven Webster and Alistair McLeod explore the software feature by feature. Throughout, you'll find examples of the rich-client interfaces you can build with Flex as well as strategies for integrating your Flex apps with existing infrastructures.

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With Flash Player on approximately 98 percent of computers connected to the Internet and Flash itself evolving from a simple animation tool to a robust rich-client development platform, there's been just one thing missing from Macromedia's product lineup: A way for server-side developers to easily integrate Flash development into their workflows. Enter Macromedia Flex: With it, you can do everything one can do with Flash--on the server using the Flex Presentation Server software and the new XML-based language MXML. This guide shows you how! If you've ever developed dynamic Web applications on J2EE and .NET architectures, or using technologies like JSP and ASP, you should have no problem transferring those skills to develop rich-client solutions with Flex. After introducing readers to rich-client applications, Flex, and its architecture and typical workflow, authors Steven Webster and Alistair McLeod explore the software feature by feature. Throughout, you'll find examples of the rich-client interfaces you can build with Flex as well as strategies for integrating your Flex apps with existing infrastructures.

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With Flash Player on approximately 98 percent of computers connected to the Internet and Flash itself evolving from a simple animation tool to a robust rich-client development platform, there's been just one thing missing from Macromedia's product lineup: A way for server-side developers to easily integrate Flash development into their workflows. Enter Macromedia Flex: With it, you can do everything one can do with Flash--on the server using the Flex Presentation Server software and the new XML-based language MXML. This guide shows you how! If you've ever developed dynamic Web applications on J2EE and .NET architectures, or using technologies like JSP and ASP, you should have no problem transferring those skills to develop rich-client solutions with Flex. After introducing readers to rich-client applications, Flex, and its architecture and typical workflow, authors Steven Webster and Alistair McLeod explore the software feature by feature. Throughout, you'll find examples of the rich-client interfaces you can build with Flex as well as strategies for integrating your Flex apps with existing infrastructures.


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5.0 von 5 Sternen Well Written and Comprehensive for Flex 1.0 3. März 2005
Von Michael P. Davis - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
This is a great book. It is a thick volume, chock full of information on Macromedia's great Flex product... no screenshots, lengthy code listings, or other "fluff" some authors use to make their page count.

What it does have is detailed, step-by-step guide information on getting off of the ground with Flex, complete with a real world application example and downloadable code.

The only caveats I offer are:

1. This book is not for beginners. You should have previous experience in both object-oriented programming and HTML/XML prior to grabbing this one (though you don't necessarily need to be an expert).

2. If you don't know ActionScript 2.0, go ahead and buy a good ActionScript 2.0 book at the same time. I recommend Colin Moock's 'Essential ActionScript 2.0'.

3. This volume is for Flex 1.0. Flex 1.5 is already out, so the examples as printed in the book will take tweaking, though most of the tweaks are minor and well-documented on Macromedia's web site. As of this writing, the authors are updating the downloadable code examples to Flex 1.5.

4. If your looking for extensive coverage of Charts, you won't find it here (Flex 1.0 did not ship with Charting, though that is available in Flex 1.5). You'll have to figure those out independent of this book (as of this writing, this is the only book on Flex, so you'll have to rely on the docs that ship with Flex and what you can find on the web).

Bottom Line: Highly recommended if you want to learn the ins and outs of Flex.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A 'Must-Have' Foundation 9. Juli 2004
Von George Young - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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It's a rare treat to have a collection of best practices on a new technology so early out of the gate. While the patterns themselves are not revolutionary, their application in this new context helps developers get off to a roaring start in building solid, scalable rich applications.
If you've been on the fence about diving into this new arena of rich internet applications, the book covers all the basic building blocks in the initial chapters.
From beginner to seasoned professional, this title hits it's mark.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen An Excellent Book to add to your knowledge arsenal 4. Oktober 2004
Von Tariq Ahmed - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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We decided we're going to give FLEX at shot at our company. I heard this book was good, but was somewhat skeptical that the first book of a subject would be any good, it generally takes time for best practices to come about with any technology.

However I was pleasantly surprised! This book is excellent on many fronts. One, it's not padded with 500 pages of useless background information on how the internet started. It gives just enough info at the start to set what your frame of mind (whether you are a cfm, php, jsp coder or a flash developer) should be from an application architecture point of view. It then goes right into a fully functional example, a blog reader.

The example is simple enough that not knowing flex doesn't leave you confused, but gives you context for what a flex application generally looks like. Though anyone who has done any kind of application server side coding will have no problems since MXML looks just like XML and Actionscript is similar to many OO languages. The next chapters then get into the basics and progress to the nitty gritty, and having that context really helps absorb the information as you have a frame of reference.

As I write this though (10/04/2004) FLEX 1.5 is about to come out and there are some differences - so the examples will generate warnings on FLEX 1.5, but those are easy to fix.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Just plain awesome 26. August 2004
Von Samuel Tredway - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
My company decided to use Flex and so I bought this book to get started.. and I am glad I did.

This is a very good primer to get going and then the later chapters are the best I have found at actually showing you how to build TRUE enterprise level applications.

If you are new to Flex, and want to learn, and learn correctly, get this book.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent! 1. September 2005
Von Zander - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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A very good book, which is fortunate because it's one of the only (if not THE only) books on the subject. My only beef is not with the book, but with the product licensing--you can't deploy a free-standing SWF without a Flex server license. If you want to do Flex-like stuff (and deploy SOLO SWF's) for free, (...)
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