Creating web applications with Adobe Flex

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Creating web applications with Adobe Flex

Adobe flex is the most preferred software development kit when it comes to creating web applications. Applications developed using Adobe Flex can be run on the platform of Adobe Flash Player. Being open source software, it provides the user the luxury of altering, bettering and experimenting with it. While the first version of flex was released in 2004, an advanced version Flex 4.0 has been launched in 2010. Here, we discuss some of the features which make Flex so much popular among web designers.

Bridges the gap between design and content

Adobe flex offers a convenient method to design the layout of a dynamic graphic interface by bridging the gap between the unorthodox animation metaphor and the conventional mark up languages.

Large base of predefined tools

Applications can be developed by defining an interface with the help of predefined tools, followed by which a theme and style can be chosen in addition to building up a dynamic behavior. With the help of the new horizontal platform tools and accelerated development features it has now become easy to convert a conception into reality very quickly.

Integration with Adobe Flash

Its integration with Adobe flash catalyst and the concept of customised templates has proved to be of major help. It harnesses full support for Adobe flash players of version 10 and above apart from providing improved compiler performance, language enhancements and advanced text layout frameworks.

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