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Adobe just created Adobe Lab Ideas, a place for you to suggest new ideas and provide feedback. You can find more details here: http://blogs.adobe.com/conversations/2010/05/adobe_recently_released_a_new.html
If you have suggestions for new features or have feedback for LiveCycle Data Services or BlazeDS, please post them here
With the announcement of Flash Player 10.1 and Air 2 for Android, you can now deploy applications developed using Flex and AIR to your mobile device.
Christophe Coenraets has created a couple of interesting applications
- Real-time trader desktop: This application uses the real-time data streaming in LCDS and Flex to simulate real time market updates and trading capabilities.
- Employee Directory Application: Demonstrates using the offline storage, integration with the Phone, SMS, email etc.
These were Desktop based applications that were ported to run on the mobile device. The UI were only changed to make it easier for mobile users to use these applications.
The messaging infrastructure is extremely powerful allowing you to create very interesting data-push applications.
Check out these applications:
Using your phone as a Remote control: The phone acts as a remote control sending messages to manage a plane in an AIR application running.
How fast is Flash player for handling real-time data push applications? - This application demonstrates that you can receive as much as 2000 messages per second to a single client. You can do that with really low latencies.
Real-time data push can be very powerful. How you use it is completely up to you. We recently released performance benchmark for LCDS. If you are developing data push application – this is a must read.
Using the new version of LCDS, we were able to push 400,000 messages per second with an average latency of less than 15 ms. We ran this for 5 days.
With the new version of LCDS, we have included a load test tool with the product. The load test tool is written in Java and allows you to simulate simultaneous Flash player instances.
Version 3 has been released in beta version.
Check out this cool online game. This was show in MAX 2009 keynote. The game setup and administration is developed using LCDS and AIR ?
At MAX (Adobe Developer conference), we released beta 3 of LiveCycle Data Services ES2, the next version of LiveCycle Data Services. LiveCycle Data Services beta was publicly released on June 15, 2009. The following changes are included in the new beta:
- The modeler now supports a graphical display for associations between entities making it easier to define relationships
- The properties inspector UI has been completely redesigned based on user feedback.
- Model driven form can be customized to suit project specific needs
- The server now has support for Edge Server. Edge server is a RTMP and HTTP proxy over NIO. Edge server is deployed in the Demilitarized zone (DMZ) allowing you to securely deploy your business logic on the application tier.
- Added support for Flex SDK 3.4
These represent the key changes, and not meant to be a comprehensive list of changes.
Quick links to get these bits:
Flash Builder 4: http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/flashbuilder4/
We have some open positions in our engineering team. Let me know (email@example.com) if you or anyone you know is interested in these jobs?
LiveCycle Data Services and BlazeDS are core products of the Adobe Flash Platform http://www.adobe.com/flashplatform/