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Rounding up RIA IDE Plugin Release Week

Posted by Sravan | December 15, 2008 .

Starting the week with some fun: The Motley Fool posted a sensationalist, keyword-rich — and initially erroneous — article titled Adobe is Running Scared. Many, including Ryan Stewart, understandably were amused if not outraged. It is funny, one way or the other.

Adobe and SpringSource are collaborating to ease the development and deployment of rich enterprise Java apps. This will help integrate Adobe Flash and SpringSource platforms. Spring BlazeDS Integration and SpringSource Adapter for Adobe LiveCycle Data Services ES are the two projects in development.

Will this be named the RIA-IDE-Plugin month? SapphireSteel released its first beta of Amethyst, an Adobe Flex/AIR IDE that integrates with Microsoft Visual Studio. The Public Edition is free of cost and one need not have Flex Builder for this to work. Ensemble’s Tofino is another free plugin with a similar functionality at the core. And close on heels to the JavaFX 1.0, the JavaFXpert shares the news that Sun released an Eclipse plugin for JavaFX this month.

Nir dropped a note telling us about a new release of Shidonni. I went to their blog. Shidonni introduced a list of new features and now comply with the Internet standards for games for under 13 years old. Nir also tell us that the optimizations include quicker load times.

This is purely of personal interest. Eismann thinks out aloud about Fatalism and the visualization of philosophy. I agree with him that the performance of philosophical thinking gets overly complex to the point of incomprehensibility. Am glad to find that link about David Foster Wallace’s unpublished thesis.

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