MAX Session: New LiveCycle Data Services Support for HTML5/JS, Native Android, Apple iOS, Java, and .NET

We just added a new session to MAX — New LiveCycle Data Services Clients: HTML5/JavaScript, Native Android, iPhone/iOS, Java, and .NET — Tuesday, October, 26th, 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Get a preview of our upcoming Adobe LiveCycle Data Services client capability for HTML5/JavaScript, Java, native Android apps and Apple iOS (iPhone/iPad).  I’ll also be previewing new server support for .NET! LiveCycle Data Services is not just for Flex clients anymore. Explore how developers can now use remoting and messaging to write multiclient, multiserver apps.

Summary:  Some cool announcements will be made in this session!  BE THERE!

~ by gregorywilson on September 26, 2010.

5 Responses to “MAX Session: New LiveCycle Data Services Support for HTML5/JS, Native Android, Apple iOS, Java, and .NET”

  1. Will anybody be able to afford it? To keep the Flash platform alive, prices need to dive on LCDS and Flash Media Server. Otherwise, what’s the point….HTML 5/JavaScript will do 90% of what Flash does…we need more to offer.

  2. Super this blog full of good advice! I put in my favorites. Bravo for this work.

  3. Will support for additional clients beyond flex/flash (html5/javascript, etc.) be available with BlazeDS too?

  4. Steve> As I understood from AdobeMax, the additional clients won’t be available within BlazeDS. It’s only part of the new LCDS.

  5. […] between an RIA and a back end, you can use bridges or gateways such as LiveCycle Data Services. The next generation of LCDS will follow the trends of the market. First, it will serialize not only Java objects into AMF, but […]

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