Damon Cooper's BLOG
August 29, 2020
Flex Developers: BlazeDS Livedocs HTML Now Updated

The BlazeDS Livedocs HTML is now updated to match the PDF. Both are now based on the LiveCycle Data Services 2.6 doc and are accessible here:

http://opensource.adobe.com/wiki/display/blazeds/Developer+Documentation

This update also includes much better organization of the chapters to explain the RPC and messaging concepts.

Thanks to the documentation team!

Damon

August 20, 2020
Using Flex SDK 3.1 with BlazeDS and LCDS 2.6

Flex SDK 3.1 was released recently, and for those of you using BlazeDS and Adobe LiveCycle Data Services wanting to use it, the following should help.

To use Flex SDK 3.1 with the latest stable build of BlazeDS 3, all you need to do is compile using SDK 3.1. No additional steps are required.

If you would like to build and use BlazeDS 3.1 which has Flex SDK 3.1 integrated in it, synch to http://opensource.adobe.com/svn/opensource/blazeds/tags/3.1.0

If you would like to compile LCDS 2.6 applications with Flex SDK 3.1, follow the instructions here: http://livedocs.adobe.com/livecycle/8.2/programLC/programmer/lcds/help.html?content=build_apps_4.html#170990

(Courtesy of Kumaran Nallore, QE manager on the LCDS team)

Damon

August 16, 2020
Non-Work: Jesus and the Painter Video

A video I put together using Adobe Prmiere Pro CS3 and posted on YouTube.

If you have other ideas for similar projects, I'd love to hear them.

Broadband version: CLICK HERE.

Damon

August 13, 2020
To the Moon for Helium-3: The Long-Term Answer to Foreign Oil?

I came across this article on Helium-3, of which apparently just 40 tons of the stuff could power the entire United States for a full year. Check out the article here:

http://www.livescience.com/environment/080813-pf-moon-helium.html

The catch? Helium-3 is only found in quantity on the moon.

Then we could switch all the US power plants to Helium-3 fusion reactors, which could be safe enough to put in US city centers. Then switch to electric plugin cars with gasoline backup engines like the Chevvy Volt.

Sure sounds good anyway. US $10 Billion/ton. Hmmmm...how do you file for mining rights on the moon anyway? :)

Damon