Publications

Flex and Maven with Flexmojos – Part 1: First steps

Adobe Developer Connection
October 3, 2011

This series of articles will cover the makeup of Maven and how to use the Flexmojos plug-in to manage every aspect of your Flex project—from building and testing, through to ASDoc support and code coverage reports.

This is the first article in a three-part series. This article will present an overview of Maven and terminology, Flexmojos, and a simple Flex example to get you started.

Forging an enterprise Flex team

Adobe Developer Connection
August 15, 2011

This article is both for managers looking to assemble a team in the Flex enterprise space, and for Flex developers themselves, keen to refine their skills to suit large, complex projects. I’ll cover some of the common strengths within the Flex community and show how these abilities can work together to forge a solid foundation for your new project. Following that, I’ll focus on some of the key decisions your team will have to make—surrounding tooling, automation and best practices—as they get up and running.

An Australian Developer in New York

Delimiter.com.au
January 28, 2011

Musings on living and working in New York City.

Silverlight for Flex Developers

DevelopRIA (formerly InsideRIA)
March/April, 2010

A look at how Silverlight works from a Flex perspective.

  • Part One: The first in the four part series covers the elementary aspects of Silverlight – the tooling, the markup, code-behind, componentry and layout.
  • Part Two: The second in the series covers graphic primitives, effects, animations and events.
  • Part Three: The third in the series delves into styling, control templates and state management in Silverlight.
  • Part Four: The final in the series takes a look at some of the less apparent aspects of the technology, and how to implement them. This includes data binding, dependency properties, attached properties and some of Silverlight’s unique features.

Mate from a Cairngorm Perspective

DevelopRIA (formerly InsideRIA)
July 9, 2009

  • A deep-dive into the Mate framework for developers familiar with Cairngorm.
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