Whoa, he’s back. Ok, talking about Interactive PDF’s. He’s got a scanned Accident Claim Form. He runs the form recognition wizard; it automatically draws blue boxes, which are editable text input fields, around the form lines. Smart! Crowd loves it.
He’s showing Live Cycle Designer. I’ve personally never seen it. Looks like … an Adobe product. He allows you to create interactive PDF forms with validation, etc. He shows how clicking on a Flash graphic that is interactive, a car, you can chose from a dropdown what part of the car was damaged, and how. Great use of Flash. However, what’s hot is that it automatically updates the data in the PDF… what what!
He’s showing Guide Designer which is a Flex app running in Live Cycle Designer; a wizard. It’s an MXML code generator to get your app started based on the form data. Crowd digs it.
It’s not available yet.
One Reply to “Ben Forta on Live Cycle Designer, Flex Integration, and Interactive PDF’s”
You are doing a great job with these updates! Keep them coming!!!
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