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Flex on Java

 
Shiv Swaminathan
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When we mean Flex on Java, does it mean can we integrate Flex on any Java framework?
 
Jeremy Anderson
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Shiv Nb wrote:When we mean Flex on Java, does it mean can we integrate Flex on any Java framework?


By Flex on Java we mean, here's how you can integrate a Flex frontend with a Java server-side.
 
Shiv Swaminathan
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So we can integrate Flex on to any Java server side framework like a Spring based server side application, or the like.

Can you highlight what are the kind of integration we can achieve? Messaging, Webservices etc..?
 
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Shiv Nb wrote:So we can integrate Flex on to any Java server side framework like a Spring based server side application, or the like.

Can you highlight what are the kind of integration we can achieve? Messaging, Webservices etc..?


Flex has the ability to communicate with Java through the means of Webservices natively (both restful and soap) and also do messaging with Java JMS and Object serialization or "remoting" (instead of Webservices) with the BlazeDS framework. There's also the GraniteDS framework that will allow you to perform remoting with Java.
 
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