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Flamingo for Android

Finally, a Flamingo build with Android support is out!

Flamingo aims to leverage server-side code when developing apps for new media platforms. In this (Flamingo 2.1) release, the following features for Android have been implemented: Read more »

RIA on the Cloud with RichFaces and Ingres

On Amazon EC2, we’ve just published  an appliance called Cloud in a Box that bundles a number of open source technologies that, together, create an end-to-end solution for building rich Internet applications (RIAs) on the Cloud. Read more »

Exadel Flamingo versus REST

I don’t think it’s fair to compare Exadel Flamingo to REST (REpresentational State Transfer). However, this question does surface once in a while, so I’ve decided to spell out the differences in a table. Read more »

More on the Exadel JavaFX Studio 1.1.1 Release

Exadel has released version 1.1.1 of JavaFX Studio, an Eclipse plug-in, as part of Exadel’s commitment to simplify development in JavaFX.

It can be downloaded here. Read more »

Flamingo Is Going Mobile

Exadel is about to release a new Exadel Flamingo 2.1.0 release, aka “Flamingo for Mobile.” We’ve added Android and J2ME support in addition to JavaFX and Flex connectors. We’ve also added a long-awaited push feature using Hessian for Flex/AIR. Read more »

Two Business Cases for the Cloud

Recently, we’ve helped two of our clients with advice and guidance on cloud technology. Curiously enough, Amazon Cloud came to the rescue in both cases even though the two situations had nothing in common.
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JavaFX Messaging for Exadel Flamingo

To some, RIA (Rich Internet Applications) is a myth, a tale of the past. People still have a hard time defining what it means exactly. What is true, though, is that an explosive growth in client-side presentation technologies (Flash/Flex, Silverlight, JavaFX) brought to life a new user experience on a wide variety of computing devices.
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Code Auditing via Continuous Integration: Components

This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series Code Auditing via Continuous Integration

To continue the discussion about “Code Auditing via Continuous Integration” from my last entry, here are a few useful tips about each of the components for CI.
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Code Auditing via Continuous Integration: Overview

This entry is part 1 of 2 in the series Code Auditing via Continuous Integration

This is a series of postings on Continuous Integration (CI). However, I don’t intend to repeat or rephrase Martin Fowler’s excellent general explanation of CI. Instead, I do want to reflect on the specific experience with CI we have had at Exadel and to highlight a few important ideas that might get lost behind all of the implementation details.

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