Paul Sturrock wrote:Hi Bernard and Jeremy. Does your book cover much about integrating with particular servlet containers or application servers? I've found fairly poor support for some fairly key architectural features of Flex if I'm using containers other than Tomcat that would have been great to know before trying to user them (and Adobe's documentation certainly leaves a gap in the market for someone to fill!). How much depth do you go into with things like their custom security model for example? Do you talk about more "enterprise" topics like Flex's behaviour on clustered servers etc?
Santhosh Venkatesan wrote:Its been quite a while since servlet 3.0 specs came and we see some app servers started supporting it. so is adobe concerned with providing blazeds equipped with using the Java NIO(non blocking input/output) with its messaging channel endpoints? I read that along with this specs the entire blazeds j2ee project stack will have a better performance output when its under some sizable load..
So can someone tell me is there anything much to be gained from using servlet 3.0 specs with blazeds beyond this, please share your thoughts.
Regarding the book promo(Flex and Java) went through the contents was glad to see some sections specifically for Blazeds remoting and messaging, definitley also chapter 7. Expected some more with AIR section
Originally posted by Adam Myatt:
I particularly like the fact that when developing a NetBeans plugin or RCP app, you can use great tools like the Matisse GUI builder to design and quickly lay out GUI components for your app. Also Swing based, which is a plus in my mind.