Adobe Flex 4.0 Scaffolding
What is it?
Adobe Flex 4.0 Scaffolding generates ready-to-run Flex applications from existing artifacts such as database schemas, Java Beans and JPA entities. Within a matter of minutes, automatically create an application that contains a Flex front-end integrated with a Spring (Spring/JPA/Hibernate) back-end.
Key aspects of Adobe Flex 4.0 Scaffolding include:
- The functionality is developed in Flex 3.5, but is compatible with Flex 4.0
- The generated Flex applications are backed by a Spring Service, Spring DAO, and JPA layer
- Supports scaffolding for all cardinalities within entity relationships
- MyEclipse for Spring includes an Adobe Flex open source SDK
- The generated applications support both Spring 2.5.x and Spring 3.0
For more information and to see a blueprint of what gets generated, visit the MyEclipse for Spring Reference Guide.
Why use it?
Users who are new to Flex development can leverage the Adobe Flex 4.0 Scaffolding feature to quickly create their own contextual examples to reference while getting up to speed on Flex. Experienced Flex developers can use Adobe Flex 4.0 Scaffolding to generate the boilerplate code, allowing them to accomplish in minutes what used to take hours or days.
See it in action
Scaffolding Spring MVC, Flex, GWT, Spring Web Flow and iPhone Web Applications
See how to scaffold 5 ready-to-run Spring applications from an existing database schema using MyEclipse for Spring. Generated applications include the following front-end technologies: Spring MVC, Flex, GWT, Spring Web Flow and iPhone Web.
|MyEclipse for Spring Reference
The reference guide for MyEclipse for Spring, including scaffolding blueprints.
|Adobe Flex 4.0 Scaffolding Tutorial
A tutorial showing how to use scaffolding to produce Adobe Flex and Spring software components or a ready-to-run Adobe Flex application.
|What is generated in MyEclipse 8.6 Spring Adobe Flex 4.0 Scaffolding?
An overview of the techniques used in Adobe Flex 4.0 Scaffolding and a high-level overview of what is generated.