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17May
2011
Piotr Walczyszyn On LCDS And Tablets

Fellow Adobe evangelist Piotr Walczyszyn ported a LiveCycle Data Services app to run on Motorola XOOM (running Android 3.1), BlackBerry PlayBook, and Apple iPad, and posted the results (with video) on his blog.

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8Sep
2010
LiveCycle Competition Powered By LiveCycle And ColdFusion

Adobe Benelux has organized a contest - send your PDF on a round-the-world trip and win a €2,000 travel check. Adobe LiveCycle Rights Management Document Rally uses a Flex front end, LiveCycle for PDF conversion and rights management, and ColdFusion for all communication to and from Flash and for database integration.

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20May
2010
Fly An AIR Plane

This one is just too cool not to mention. Fellow Adobe Platform Evangelist Michael Chaize turned his Android phone into a remote control to fly a plane, using the new accelerometer API and some LiveCycle Data Services magic. Check out this post.

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23Nov
2009
Greg Wilson Explains ChessJam

A few weeks ago I mentioned ChessJam, a Flex/AIR/ColdFusion/LCDS app built by Greg Wilson and some of his pals. Greg has since posted technical details on how the app works. (He actually posted this last week, but I missed it while on the road).

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26Oct
2009
RedMonk Covers FedEx Custom Critical App

One of the most talked about MAX keynote demos was the FedEx Custom Critical shipment tracking dashboard as presented by FedEx's Adam Mollenkopf. And now RedMonk's Michael Coté has posted an interview with Adam where they look at the app, discuss the business case, and explain why the solution was built on the Flash Platform and powered by LiveCycle Data Services.

[Via Duane Nickull]

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15Oct
2009
Flex+AIR+ColdFusion+LCDS=ChessJam

Fellow Adobe platform evangelist Greg Wilson has posted some details about ChessJam, a new multi-user chess game he helped create. The client is a Flex based AIR application, and the back-end is a mixture of ColdFusion and LiveCycle Data Services. He has promised to post a follow-up entry with details of the technical underpinnings.

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27Aug
2009
Using BlazeDS? Check Out BlazeMonster

BlazeDS is LiveCycle Data Services' little brother, our free open-source server-based Java remoting and web messaging technology that enables developers to easily connect to back-end distributed data and push data in real-time to Flex and AIR applications.

If you use BlazeDS, then take a look at BlazeMonster, a little app that generates Flex code to consume BlazeDS Remoting services, and also generates configuration files to expose Java classes as Remoting services. BlazeMonster was built by fellow Adobe evangelist Sujit Reddy G.

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18Jun
2009
LiveCycle Data Services3 Now On Labs

LiveCycle Data Services 3 is now in beta and available for download on Labs. Product Manager Anil Channappa has posted details on what's new in LCDS 3.

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28Apr
2009
Fig Leaf On ColdFusion Powered PDF Forms

Our pals at Fig Leaf have posted a Captivate tutorial on how to create PDF forms powered by ColdFusion CFCs.

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4Feb
2009
Speaking At Adobe Day Boston

We're running a series of Adobe Day events focusing on Flex, AIR, ColdFusion, and LiveCycle Data Services. Adobe Day Boston is on Monday, February 9, 2009, and I am scheduled to speak. Registration is open and there is still some room left.

UPDATE: Looks like this is going to be reschedule for some time in March, sorry.

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