If you have ever used Hibernate, JPA or any other object-relational mapping (ORM) framework, you'll know that Session/EntityManager does all the hard work. However, there is no Session/EntityManger on the client side.
Athena Framework for Flex offers a Flex client side UnitOfWork that acts like Session/EntityManager. It help you track changes, load partial objects and resolve relationships.
I recently developed a Flex web app using BlazeDS. I need to deploy this project on Google App Engine using Java.Is there any way to host the Flex Project on Google App Engine?
I found this in the net: http://jvalentino.blogspot.com/2009/06/flex-blazeds-google-app-engine-java.html.
I would like to find a way I can create an initialized dynamic size array. It shouldn't be using loops of course. I thought maybe overriding the base array class with somehow to pass to parameters 1) a number for repeat and 2) item as the initializer. And when a user requests at item which is not defined the overriding class will return the item instead of undefined or exception. is this possible in a safe way?
By default value of all elements of the newly created instance of the Array class are "undefine" . In many cases checking for value “undefined” when access an element of array is a waste of time. In order to remove this check the array should have valid items. So there are two ways to do that:
Switch case for classes.
See below for a method I discovered to compile and style your code in a switch case for classes.
You need to develop a server for your flex application that must deal with database access and authentication, and you're not an expert in server-side development, or simply you want to speed up your server-side development.
Solution is to use a code generator for your server-side. You only have to define your database schema and most of server side code will be generated. The proposed solution use a Spring/Hibernate/Maven code generation tool (SpringFuse) and explain how to use the generated project with a Flex application using BlazeDS
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