Below, I describe my experiences with Ext JS after the Sencha Fast Track training, my challenges with doing browser based work in a consulting context, and my thoughts on why it matters to Flex Developers.
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Just reminder of a few things & comments on realities that have seeped into the Flashmedia list thread; Stefan already said most of it, but re-iterating.
If you’re not on the list, the quick summary is Adobe’s suing Wowza for patent infringement caused a lot of frustration in a already-extremely-pissed-off-at-Adobe user base.
I wanted to point out Adobe’s proven history at making money from defending their patents, some misunderstandings of how this is related to Flash’s second PR problem, and trying to crush some of the mobile hype misunderstandings.
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Spoon is a fork of the Adobe Flex SDK. Goals are toÂ capitalizeÂ on communityÂ submissions, provide leadership around the process, and ensure feature parity as new Adobe Flex SDK’s are released.
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While it’s fresh, here is what I learned at Flash and the City 2010 (blog). Â It was a Flash & Flex conference in New York City that brought together developers from around the world. Â The reasons for me to attend were (beyond being invited, duh):
- You don’t attend conferences, you speak at conferences.
- I like smaller conferences.
- I love Manhattan.
- One of my current clients is there.
- My wife had never been to New York.
- You don’t get many eastern conferences (east in the USA).
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