Adobe Evangelist Ron Nagy shares one of the internal Adobe applications, the Employee Directory, that…
This release extends the goal of the LiveCycle Enterprise Suite to enhance intuitive application experiences with the backend integration and collaboration features needed for enterprise apps to come to life and actually enrich rather than hinder the users ability to get their task done.
Screensharing is cool and has so many uses. We already have customers deploying this into customer care environments. Imagine being able to log a support call and after granting permission to the customer service rep start a screen sharing session right in the application. Much more engaging, faster issue resolution time, and far more convenient than having the user navigate to seperate screensharing technology. I can en
ge Record & Playback being used for tutorial work, archiving interactive sessions for compliance reasons among others.
I’ll be running a live repeat of my recent “Introduction to LiveCycle Designer ES2” eSeminar…
Adobe have just released a great new tool called Adobe Enterprise Café, which helps you stay in touch with the enterprise community, receive news, find information, and aggregate content related to Adobe LiveCycle ES (Enterprise Suite), Acrobat, Connect, ColdFusion, and the Adobe Flash Platform in a timely and customized fashion. Targeted at developers and technical staff, Café is the one tool you need to search across the entire community knowledge base and stay in touch with the Adobe teams.
Adobe press recently published a book entitled Paperless: Real-World Solutions with Adobe Technology by J.P.…
Building custom components for Adobe LiveCycle ES can be as simple as writing an xml…
While creating a new LiveCycle demo recently I came across an issue where I wanted…
Adobe have released an update to LiveCycle Data Services and a new release of BlazeDS. Both have been made available for download and the updated docs have been posted.
New since LiveCycle Data Services 3.0:
Alignment with Flex 4 and Flash Builder 4
The LiveCycle Data Services 3.1 supports the released versions of Flex 4 and Flash Builder 4.
Extensibility and increased flexibility for model-driven development
The ability to generate and customize model-driven application code is much improved in LiveCycle Data Services 3.1. In addition to generating and customizing client-side ActionScript code and model-driven forms, you can generate and customize server-side Java code. You can also extract and customize the code generation templates for the generated client-side and server-side code.
The Modeler provides new user interface features for code generation. You can choose the types of code to generate, which code generation templates to extract, and where to save the generated code and templates.
Adobe has recently started showcasing the great solutions that Adobe Partners have built on top…
Today I ran a live eSeminar introducing LiveCycle Designer ES2. In this session I covered how to build forms from scratch, included some tips and tricks along the way and included some of the latest features available in the latest Designer ES2 release.
The session was recorded and includes over 45 minutes of me demonstrating how to build a complete form from scratch. The recording is here;