Preston Thornton wrote:Because I am with an educational institution, we have some grace with licensing for development
Preston Thornton wrote:Of course you right, but the first step in getting Adobe to change this matter is to ask, or more so let them know that there is a growing interest with the product. If a number of Flex developers positively express (in writing, emails, blogs, post, etc) interest directly to Adobe
Preston Thornton wrote:My understanding was that non-production licenses of LCDS were free. Have you found that not to be true somehow? Also if you are just using LCDS for Remoting then BlazeDS (LCDS’s open source sibling) will work for you.
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