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From Florian Fesseler <ffesse...@kapit.fr>
Subject Re: ActionScript and Apache Flex
Date Wed, 18 Jan 2012 11:42:38 GMT
Yes, I would be interested too.

I've asked the question about server-side dependencies some months ago
to an adobe employee.
This is what he answered to me :

Client Component Framework only comes with ADEP, so you’d need to purchase

ADEP Basic as a minimum.

>From a technical perspective, you could reference a local copy

of the CFF libraries from your vanilla Flex project and go from there.

2012/1/18 Cosma Colanicchia <cosmacol@gmail.com>

> Hello everybody, this is my first post on the list.
> I'm very interested in marshall plan and any other techniques to
> obtain modular applications in Flex, I experimented with them in the
> past and experienced a lot of headaches..
> I was very curious to see Gravity framework in action, I know that it has
> been embedded in the new Adobe Experience Server, that is part of the
> ADEP platform, under the name Client Component Framework (official
> documentation at [1] and an interesting blog entry at [2]).
> It looks like a client module system based on the concept of OSGI-like
> "bundles", that allows dynamic/IoC loading of UI pieces and services by
> the client, that should automatically deals with the related
> ApplicationDomain complexities.
> I'm not sure about technical dependencies upon the server-side
> Experience Server container, but looking at the HelloGravity sample
> application [3] it looks as if it was designed to be run without it.
> It would be great if this framework could be open-sourced and
> donated to Apache as well..
> [1]
> http://help.adobe.com/en_US/enterpriseplatform/10.0/AEPDeveloperGuide/WS8cbf8723eeed7311-533d49d71328c5b7f7e-8000.html
> [2]
> http://craigrandall.net/archives/2011/07/what-is-the-client-component-framework/
> [3]
> http://blogs.adobe.com/gravity/2011/09/09/hellogravity-sample-application/

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