I have blogged before about the flex client I have created for the Axon framework addressbook sample project. If you did not read it before and want to learn more about the parsley framework, check this blog.
In this blog item I am describing changes based on a new feature made available in Axon. [...]
The last weeks or maybe even months, I have spent time getting to understand the Axon Framework created by Allard. Axon is a framework that can help developers created a scalable and maintainable application based on Command Query Responsibility Segregation (CQRS) principles. Each morning Allard and I discussed the framework and the sample we wanted [...]
In March 2008 I started experimenting with flex and java integration. I wrote a lot of blog posts since than and even published an article on adobe.com. For most of my blog items I used a sample that is available on google code called books-overview. During the years the sample improved a lot. By now [...]
More than a year a go I started writing about flex. My first post was about the integration of BlazeDS with the springframework at the back-end using intellij. I moved on with a Datagrid component that had filtering included in my second post. Than I did two posts about integrating spring security. The first article [...]
As a lot of you out there know, I write a lot about flex and java. For my flex posts I use a sample called books-overview. You can find the sourcecode on google code. A lot of different frameworks released new versions. In this post I describe the some of the upgrades that are important [...]
The complete story of combining a lot of different technologies and a lot of different blog post and articles found on the web. There are multiple good posts around this topic, but none of them gave the exact solution I needed. Therefore I write this blog post, maybe someone else can use this as well.
I have written some posts about using flex and the project Spring BlazeDS Integration. If you haven’t read that post I suggest you start there first : Flex remoting without configuring the client. That said, what is this post about? As the title already says, we are going to upgrade the example from the previous [...]
For a while I am experimenting with flex. I wrote quite some posts about flex and security and I started writing about the Springframework BlazeDS Integration project. One thing that I do not really like about the configuration is the way to configure the remoting. All the hassle with the service-config.xml that needs to be [...]