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From Maurice Amsellem <maurice.amsel...@systar.com>
Subject RE: ApacheCon Slides
Date Tue, 25 Mar 2014 10:57:03 GMT
>Where the Skin takes care of the Wizard Logic. After all the User Dialog doesn't care how
the fields are presented as Long as they are.
Maybe I didn't understand what you meant by "wizard logic".
That being said, this discussion is getting out-of-topic, so sorry for starting it and for
the noise.

Maurice 

-----Message d'origine-----
De : Christofer Dutz [mailto:christofer.dutz@c-ware.de] 
Envoyé : mardi 25 mars 2014 11:41
À : dev@flex.apache.org
Objet : AW: ApacheCon Slides

But I think it's not only appearance ... that's the Point. At least what I especially like
about Flex skinning.
In GWT and other alternatives you kann only control the layout and formatting, but in Flex
you can also have an alternate usability pattern.
I couldn't create a "User Dialog" in GWT where the Desktop Skin has all fields on one Screen
and on the mobile Counterpart the fields are split up in several Wizard steps. Where the Skin
takes care of the Wizard Logic. After all the User Dialog doesn't care how the fields are
presented as Long as they are. But perhaps that's only my Interpretation.

Chris


________________________________________
Von: Maurice Amsellem <maurice.amsellem@systar.com>
Gesendet: Dienstag, 25. März 2014 11:19
An: dev@flex.apache.org
Betreff: RE: ApacheCon Slides

>What did you want to Point out on slide 11?

I mean skinning is on the appearance, not on the behavior.
So the word "usability" may be confusing.
Usually, you use skins to change the size, color, layout, etc.
So for me having two skins, one that displays all fields in one single dialog and the other
in step by step wizard,  Exceeds the usual scope of skinning (which does not mean it's not
possible).

Maurice

-----Message d'origine-----
De : Christofer Dutz [mailto:christofer.dutz@c-ware.de]
Envoyé : mardi 25 mars 2014 11:06
À : dev@flex.apache.org
Objet : AW: ApacheCon Slides

Hi Maurice,

Thanks for the Feedback.

- At first I wanted to say "Native mobile applications" but I can also create "native" Desktop
applications with the captive runtime ... am I correct? I wanted to emphasis on mobile in
my speach though.

- What is exactly the Status on Windows 8? .... I marked this read as a marker for myself
... sort of forgot to check this

- I am planning on using PowerPoint for performin the presentation ... therefore the PDF Version
does not share the step by step appearance of Zombie and Smiley Pictures ;-)

- What did you want to Point out on slide 11?

- You are right, that I should lay more emphasis on how easy client-Server communication can
be with Flex RemoteObjects.

- I'll also add a Slide on the IOC Frameworks ... do you have any stats on These? Which ones
are most popular ... ist there a sort of comparison? X uses [Metadata] and Y uses ... Something
like that?

But thanks for the Feedback ... I'll probably update the slides this evening.

Chris


________________________________________
Von: Maurice Amsellem <maurice.amsellem@systar.com>
Gesendet: Dienstag, 25. März 2014 10:35
An: dev@flex.apache.org
Betreff: RE: ApacheCon Slides

Few remarks:

Slide 6: "Native Applications" => "Native mobile applications" , to avoid the confusion
with AIR apps.

Slide 7:
Desktop + Web + Mobile

Slide 8:
the green smiley should not cover the flex logo

Slide 9:
IntelliJ ultimate => I think the correct name is IDEA IntelliJ (ultimate version is not
required to program in Flex, but I may be wrong).

Slide 10:
Profile => you should mention Profiler included in FB Premium

Slide 11:
Different skins can have completely different usability concept . Desktop skin shows a lot
of fields in a simple dialog . Mobile skin uses a step-by-step wizard approach

Slide 12:
AMF communication
=> you can also call methods in the back end and retrieve complex results, more will RPC
call.

General:
I think since the slide title is "Building Enterprise Apps", maybe you should have a slide
on the many DI/IOC frameworks for Flex.

Overall, greate presentation, thanks

Maurice

-----Message d'origine-----
De : Christofer Dutz [mailto:christofer.dutz@c-ware.de]
Envoyé : lundi 24 mars 2014 22:07
À : dev@flex.apache.org
Objet : AW: ApacheCon Slides

Hi Guys,

I just uploaded my stuf a few minutes ago:
http://events.linuxfoundation.org/sites/events/files/slides/Building%20Enterprise%20Level%20Applications%20with%20Apache%20Flex%20and%20Java-v9-20140313_1547.pdf
(Noticed too late that I should have shortended the file name ;-))

I thought I'd concentrate on why Flex is great for building Enterprise applications and only
briefly go into Flexmojos as this is an Apache Conference. Doing a full Flexmojos introduction
would have exploded the timeframe, so I decided to describe the ecosystem, what the different
fragments are and how they all together create the big picture.

Hopefully it will make a few people more interesed in Flex and guide them to the other talks
(I added references tot he other talks at the end)

Feedback greatly appreciated.

Chris



-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
Von: Alex Harui [mailto:aharui@adobe.com]
Gesendet: Montag, 24. März 2014 21:03
An: dev@flex.apache.org
Betreff: ApacheCon Slides

ApacheCon required that we upload our slide decks by today.  I just posted my slides.  If
you have time, please take a look and let me know if you think I should make changes.  The
FlexJS session is essentially the same as the 360|Stack presentation from last year.


What's Happening in the Apache Flex Project http://events.linuxfoundation.org/sites/events/files/slides/ApacheCon14_Fle
x.pdf


FlexJS: Flex For javaScript:
http://events.linuxfoundation.org/sites/events/files/slides/ApacheCon14_Fle
xJS.pdf

Thanks,
-Alex


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