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BlazeDS and Spring: Integrating Flex in the Enterprise
Summary: In this interview with Artima, Anil Channappa, product manager for Adobe's open-source BlazeDS project, discusses various ways to arrange data communication between a Flex client running in the Flash Player and server-side frameworks, such as Spring.
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Bill
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BlazeDS and Spring: Integrating Flex in the Enterprise
May 17, 2009 9:30 PM      
In this interview with Artima, Anil Channappa, product manager for Adobe's open-source BlazeDS project, discusses various ways to arrange data communication between a Flex client running in the Flash Player and server-side frameworks, such as Spring.

http://www.artima.com/lejava/articles/blaze_spring.html

What do you think of the various ways described in the article for integrating Flex on the client with Java and Spring on the server?
Kay
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Re: BlazeDS and Spring: Integrating Flex in the Enterprise
May 20, 2009 5:01 AM      
Here is the server side Python code for Flash/Flex RMI via pyamf. It starts a simple WSGI server connecting to localhost.


services = {
'someservice': lambda data: data
}

if __name__ == '__main__':
from pyamf.remoting.gateway.wsgi import WSGIGateway
from wsgiref import simple_server

gw = WSGIGateway(services)

httpd = simple_server.WSGIServer(
('localhost', 8000),
simple_server.WSGIRequestHandler,
)

httpd.set_app(gw)

print "Running Hello World AMF gateway on http://localhost:8000"

httpd.serve_forever()


Can't say much about the Java solution. I guess it's less lean ;)
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