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From Gary Yang <flashflex...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Third-party tools / solutions on Apache Flex website
Date Thu, 20 Mar 2014 13:27:34 GMT
Franck, I can not agree more! -Gary

On Thu, Mar 20, 2014 at 8:33 AM, Franck Wolff <frawolff@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm wondering why there is no section about Flex related server solutions
> such as BlazeDS, AMFPHP, FluorineFx, Red5, WebOrb and GraniteDS (I'm of
> course especially interesting in seeing GraniteDS somewhere on the Apache
> Flex website ;)
> I think people landing on the Apache Flex website and looking for the
> required tools / solutions usually accompanying a client-side SDK (IDEs,
> frameworks and servers) can end up with Google and the feeling that a lot
> of solutions are discontinued or inactive. There is admittedly something
> about IDEs (http://flex.apache.org/about-features.html) but I couldn't
> find
> anything like a comprehensive list of frameworks and server-side solutions.
> The mention of the latest release of BlazeDS at the bottom of every page
> "4.6.0 (Nov 2011)" is a bit awkward in this respect and can even discourage
> potential adopters of Apache Flex...
> Apache ActiveMQ is, IMHO, doing the right thing with its "Connectivity"
> page (http://activemq.apache.org/connectivity.html): a long and
> comprehensive list of third-party solutions, open-source (from Apache or
> other players) or not (WebLogic for instance), which gives a quick overview
> of a large panel of related tools and solutions.
> Do you think you could add a section on third-party tools? Can I contribute
> (I'll try to be fair with everybody) if you don't have time to write this
> page?
> Thanks,
> Franck Wolff
> Granite Data Services.
> PS: we have just released GraniteDS 3.0.3.GA (
> http://www.granitedataservices.com/2014/03/20/graniteds-3-0-3-ga-is-out/)
> and it would be great if you could mention it in your "Latest Releases" or
> "Latest News" panel (or anywhere else). I remember osflash.org had a News
> section where related projects could register and announce their latest
> releases (osflash is from the neolithic period, I admit).

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