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Subject svn commit: r1583625 - in /flex/site/trunk/content: community-3rdparty.cmsPage community-showcase.cmsPage community-thirdparty.cmsPage
Date Tue, 01 Apr 2014 11:20:58 GMT
Author: mamsellem
Date: Tue Apr  1 11:20:57 2014
New Revision: 1583625

URL: http://svn.apache.org/r1583625
Adding third-party software page
trying again !


Modified: flex/site/trunk/content/community-3rdparty.cmsPage
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/flex/site/trunk/content/community-3rdparty.cmsPage?rev=1583625&r1=1583624&r2=1583625&view=diff
--- flex/site/trunk/content/community-3rdparty.cmsPage (original)
+++ flex/site/trunk/content/community-3rdparty.cmsPage Tue Apr  1 11:20:57 2014
@@ -1,136 +1,144 @@
-Title:   Project HistoryXXX
+Title: Third Party Tools & Solutions
-The goal of this page is to document the history of the Apache Flex, starting with Adobe
-deciding to donate it to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF), incubation and Apache Flex
becoming a top level project.
+<p>This page gives a list of third party tools and solutions related to Apache Flex®.</p>
-It might be useful for other similar projects, or any incubating project, as an example of
the steps involved in
-an Apache incubation.
+<div class="headline"><h4>Integrated Development Environments (IDEs)</h4></div>
-See [http://incubator.apache.org](http://incubator.apache.org) for the official Incubator
documentation, and
-in particular the [incubation process description](http://incubator.apache.org/incubation/Process_Description.html)
-<div class="headline"><h4> 2011: Adobe decides to contribute Flex to the ASF
-The decision is made within Adobe to incubate Flex at the ASF. Work starts on the incubation
proposal, on explaining
-internally what this means, on the legal/IP clearance steps required to donate the code and
on recruiting
-initial committers who will help get the project started.
-<div class="headline"><h4> December 12, 2011: Flex Summit </h4></div>
-The [Flex Summit](http://tv.adobe.com/show/flex-community-summit-december-2011) is organized
to make
-the Flex community aware of the upcoming changes, and to allow initial Flex committers to
sign up and network.
-Among the available videos, these two provide interesting insights on how Apache projects
work, by Roy Fielding,
-one of the ASF's founders:
-- [What it means to be an Apache project, part 1](http://tv.adobe.com/watch/flex-community-summit-december-2011/what-it-means-to-be-an-apache-project-part-1/)
-- [What it means to be an Apache project, part 2](http://tv.adobe.com/watch/flex-community-summit-december-2011/what-it-means-to-be-an-apache-project-part-2/)
-The following blog posts provide other views on the event, and show that it was useful for
the Flex community
-and for the upcoming Apache Flex project:
-- [Flex given to the Apache Software Foundation – round-up and opportunities](http://www.flex-tutorial.fr/2011/12/17/flex-given-to-the-apache-software-foundation-round-up-and-opportunities)
-- [Huge Adobe Partnership to Open Source Flex with Apache Software Foundation …](http://www.adamflater.net/2011/12/14/apache-flex-beginning/)
-<div class="headline"><h4> December 20, 2011: Incubation proposal submitted </h4></div>
-The [Incubation proposal](http://wiki.apache.org/incubator/FlexProposal) is submitted
-and [discussed](http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/incubator-general/201112.mbox/%3CCB14DCA2.3885F%25aharui%40adobe.com%3E)
on the incubator-general mailing list, followed after a few days (once the
-discussion dies down) by the Incubator PMC vote mentioned below.
-The list of incubation mentors is completed during the proposal's discussion phase, after
asking for volunteers
-when submitting the proposal.
-A few initial committers are also added during the discussion phase.
-<div class="headline"><h4> December 22, 2011: Vote for Anne and Dave as incubator
PMC members </h4></div>
-Project mentors need to be members of the Incubator PMC, ASF members just need to ask to
get this membership.
-Committers who are not (yet) Apache members need to be voted in by the Incubator PMC, which
is done
-around December 22 for Anne and Dave.
-<div class="headline"><h4> December 27, 2011: [VOTE] Flex to join the Apache
Incubator </h4></div>
-The [Incubator PMC vote](http://markmail.org/message/puo2rtrvby65lb3m)
-lasts at least 72 hours, after which whoever started it
-[tallies it](http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/incubator-general/201112.mbox/%3CCAEWfVJmMq390Hinafg%2Bjik8VqboYG1ixe_gnz5O2bV5q5mtKPw%40mail.gmail.com%3E).
-the vote for Flex passes on December 30th.
-<div class="headline"><h4> Late December 2011: Basic infrastructure is created
-See for example the
-[INFRA-4260](https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/INFRA-4260) (create mailing lists)
-[INFRA-4262](https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/INFRA-4262) (create JIRA instance)
-Flex is added to the Incubator's [reporting schedule](http://wiki.apache.org/incubator/ReportingSchedule).
-The [Flex incubation status page](http://incubator.apache.org/projects/flex.html) is created.
-People are invited to subscribe to the new Apache Flex [mailing lists](/flex/mailing-lists.html)
-Those lists are added to [flex.markmail.org](http://flex.markmail.org) for convenience, using
the markmail feedback form.
-Discussions and consensus building start, including clarifications about the role of the
PPMC, committers
-and community, whether to create roadmaps or just let things evolve organically, etc.
-<div class="headline"><h4> Late 2011 and early 2012: User accounts </h4></div>
-Mentors request creation of Apache accounts for the initial committers listed in the
-[incubation proposal](http://wiki.apache.org/incubator/FlexProposal), after asking people
which Apache ID
-they would like, avoiding collisions with [existing IDs](http://people.apache.org/committer-index.html).
-Initial committers, who are also PPMC members, are invited to subscribe to the Flex private
mailing list
-(which is used for discussions about people, new committers etc. and as little as possible
besides that) and
-made aware of the [Apache guide for new committers](http://www.apache.org/dev/new-committers-guide.html).
-Flex committers are granted write access to the [subversion repository](http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/incubator/flex/)
-and [JIRA issue tracker](https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/FLEX) and can start actual
coding work.
-<div class="headline"><h4> January 17, 2012: Software grant received </h4></div>
-Adobe's [software grant](http://www.apache.org/licenses/software-grant.txt) is received by
the ASF's
-secretary, the Flex code can now be imported into Apache Flex's code repository.
-<div class="headline"><h4> February 22, 2012: First committer voted in </h4></div>
-Justin Mclean is the first Flex committer (besides the initial committers listed in the incubation
proposal) to
-be voted in, after a short discussion and a vote on the Flex private
-mailing list, as per the [incubator's instructions](http://incubator.apache.org/guides/ppmc.html).
-<div class="headline"><h4> March 27, 2012: MXMLC donation announced </h4></div>
-The legal/IP clearance work for that module is done on the Adobe side, that code is ready
to be donated.
-<div class="headline"><h4> August 30, 2012: Falcon legalities completed </h4></div>
-Apache recorded Adobe's donation documents for the source code to the next-generation Falcon
-<div class="headline"><h4> September 10, 2012: Falcon code committed </h4></div>
-The source code for the Falcon compiler was committed to Apache's Subversion repository.
-<div class="headline"><h4> December 19, 2012: Apache Flex becomes a top level
Apache Software Foundation project </h4></div>
-Apache Flex is voted in as a top level project at the December board meeting of the Apache
Software Foundation.
-<div class="headline"><h4> December 27, 2012: Apache Flex SDK 4.9 released </h4></div>
-After seven release candidates Apache Flex SDK 4.9 is released as the first release after
becoming an Apache Software Foundation top level project.
-<div class="headline"><h4> February, 2013: Apache Flex SDK 4.9 released </h4></div>
-<div class="headline"><h4> April, 2013: Apache Flex SDK Installer 2.5 released
-<div class="headline"><h4> August, 2013: Apache Flex SDK Installer 2.6 released
-This version allows to track the number of downloads.
-<div class="headline"><h4> August, 2013: Apache Flex SDK 4.10.0 released </h4></div>
-<div class="headline"><h4> October, 2013: Apache Flex SDK Installer 2.7 released
-<div class="headline"><h4> October, 2013: Apache Flex SDK 4.11.0 released </h4></div>
-<div class="headline"><h4> March, 2014: Apache Flex SDK 4.12.0 released </h4></div>
+<ul style="padding-top: 24px">
+<li><a target="_blank" href="http://www.adobe.com/products/flash-builder.html">Flash
Builder (Adobe)</a>:
+<blockquote>Adobe® Flash® Builder® 4.7 software is a development environment for
building games and applications using
+the ActionScript® language and the open source Flex framework. Flash Builder Premium includes
+testing tools such as profilers, network monitoring, and unit testing support.</blockquote></li>
+<li><a target="_blank" href="http://www.flashdevelop.org/">FlashDevelop</a>:
+<blockquote>FlashDevelop is a free and open source code editor for every developer.
FlashDevelop offers first
+class support for ActionScript (2 &amp; 3) and Haxe development. Great completion &amp;
code generation, projects
+compilation &amp; debugging, plenty of project templates, SWF/SWC exploration etc. FlashDevelop
is also a great web
+developer IDE with source-control support (svn, git, mercurial), tasks/todo, snippets, XML/HTML
completion and
+zen-coding for HTML.</blockquote></li>
+<li><a target="_blank" href="http://fdt.powerflasher.com/">Flexible Development
+<blockquote>FDT is a flexible development toolkit in Eclipse for interactive developers.
It´s made with passion
+for expert Flash and Flex coding, innovative mobile development and versatile HTML5 / JavaScript
/ WebGL / PHP
+programming with haXe. Create your applications in FDT and efficiently target multiple platforms.</blockquote></li>
+<li><a target="_blank" href="http://www.jetbrains.com/idea/features/flex_ide.html">IntelliJ
IDEA (JetBrains)</a>:
+<blockquote>IntelliJ IDEA is ideal for ActionScript, MXML and CSS development, with
on-the-fly code analysis, completion,
+navigation, advanced refactorings, code generation, UML diagrams, UI designer, interactive
debugger and profiler.</blockquote></li>
+<div class="headline"><h4>Flex Frameworks</h4></div>
+<ul style="padding-top: 24px">
+<li><a target="_blank" href="http://sourceforge.net/adobe/cairngorm/home/Home/">Cairngorm</a>:
+<blockquote>Cairngorm provides a reference architecture for Flex applications that
is designed to keep things simple
+and testable. It describes a way of structuring large applications out of smaller units.
It is independent of an IoC
+framework implementation, but dependent on core principles we believe are crucial to follow
when developing enterprise
+<li><a target="_blank" href="http://mate.asfusion.com/">Mate Flex Framework</a>:
+<blockquote>Mate is a tag-based, event-driven Flex framework. Flex applications are
event-driven. Mate framework
+has been created to make it easy to handle the events your Flex application creates. Mate
allows you to define who
+is handling those events, whether data needs to be retrieved from the server, or other events
need to be triggered.
+In addition, Mate provides a mechanism for dependency injection to make it easy for the different
parts of your
+application to get the data and objects they need.</blockquote></li>
+<li><a target="_blank" href="http://www.spicefactory.org/parsley/">Parsley (Spice
+<blockquote>Parsley is an application framework for Flex/Flash/AIR applications written
in AS3.</blockquote></li>
+<li><a target="_blank" href="http://puremvc.org/content/view/67/178/">PureMVC</a>:
+<blockquote>PureMVC is a lightweight framework for creating applications based upon
the classic Model, View and
+Controller concept. Based upon proven design patterns, this free, open source framework which
was originally
+implemented in the ActionScript 3 language for use with Adobe Flex, Flash and AIR, is now
being ported to all
+major development platforms.</blockquote></li>
+<li><a target="_blank" href="http://www.robotlegs.org/">Robotlegs</a>:
+<blockquote>Robotlegs is an ActionScript Application Framework. It offers: Dependency,
Module, Command and View
+<li><a target="_blank" href="http://www.springactionscript.org/">Spring Actionscript</a>:
+<blockquote>Spring ActionScript is an offshoot of the Java-based Spring Framework written
in ActionScript 3. It is
+targeted for the Flash, Flex and AIR platforms. The framework contains a versatile Inversion
of Control Container,
+a micro MVC library and extensions for the Cairngorm and PureMVC frameworks.</blockquote></li>
+<li><a target="_blank" href="https://github.com/swiz/">Swiz Framework</a>:
+<blockquote>Swiz is a brutally simple micro-architecture for creating Rich Internet
Applications with
+ActionScript 3 and Adobe Flex.</blockquote></li>
+<li><a target="_blank" href="http://www.granitedataservices.com/public/docs/latest/docs/reference/flex/graniteds-refguide-flex.html#graniteds.tideframework">Tide
(Granite Data Services)</a>:
+<blockquote>Tide is a Flex client framework inspired by popular Java frameworks such
as Spring or CDI and is based on 
+the concepts of contextual components and event-based programming. It should look familiar
to Java developers yet stays 
+close to the Flex framework concepts and traditional usage.</blockquote></li>
+<div class="headline"><h4>Server Solutions</h4></div>
+<ul style="padding-top: 24px">
+<li><a target="_blank" href="http://www.silexlabs.org/amfphp/">Amfphp</a>:
+<blockquote>Amfphp is free and open source software, and an essential brick for the
development of Applications that
+need to communicate with the Internet. Amfphp is used in projects that cover a wide spectrum,
from games to business
+applications. The role of Amfphp is to provide a really simple way of connecting a client
with a server.</blockquote></li>
+<li><a target="_blank" href="http://sourceforge.net/adobe/blazeds/wiki/Home/">BlazeDS</a>:
+<blockquote>BlazeDS is the server-based Java remoting and web messaging technology
that enables developers to easily
+connect to back-end distributed data and push data in real-time to Adobe® Flex® and Adobe
AIR™ applications for more
+responsive rich Internet application (RIA) experiences.</blockquote></li>
+<li><a target="_blank" href="http://www.fluorinefx.com/">FluorineFx</a>:
+<blockquote>FluorineFx is the free and open source Flash/Flex remoting gateway, high-performance,
scalable framework,
+streaming server that connects RIAs using Adobe software (Adobe Flash®, Adobe Flex®, Adobe
AIR™ runtime) and Microsoft
+<li><a target="_blank" href="http://www.granitedataservices.com/community/">GraniteDS
(Granite Data Services)</a>:
+<blockquote>GraniteDS brings the power of your Java EE server to the Flex side. An
easy to use
+client-side API helps you leveraging advanced features such as authentication and secured
access, dependency injection, 
+typesafe remote calls, real-time messaging, data lazy-loading and synchronization, ActionScript3
code generation, bean
+validation, etc.</blockquote></li>
+<li><a target="_blank" href="http://www.adobe.com/products/livecycle.html">LiveCycle
+<blockquote>Adobe® LiveCycle® Enterprise Suite 4 is an enterprise document and form
platform that helps you capture
+and process information, deliver personalized communications, and protect and track sensitive
information. LiveCycle
+ES4 extends business processes to your mobile workforce and clients, increasing productivity
while broadening service
+access to any user equipped with a desktop, smartphone, or tablet.</blockquote></li>
+<li><a target="_blank" href="http://www.red5.org/">Red5 Media Server</a>:
+<blockquote>Red5 Media Server 1.0 delivers a powerful video streaming and multi-user
solution to the ©Adobe ©Flash
+Player and other exciting client technologies. Based on Java and some of the most powerful
open source frameworks,
+Red5 stands as a solid solution for business of all sizes including the enterprise.</blockquote></li>
+<li><a target="_blank" href="https://github.com/rubyamf/rubyamf">RubyAMF</a>:
+<blockquote>RubyAMF is a full-featured AMF gateway based off of Rack and supporting
advanced integration with Rails
+and other Rack-based frameworks. It includes advanced class mapping functionality, like camel
to underscore case
+translation, parameter mapping to convert function calls to parameter hashes for actions,
hooks for processing AMF
+authentication credentials, and many more features.</blockquote></li>
+<li><a target="_blank" href="http://www.themidnightcoders.com/products.html">WebOrb
(Midnight Coders)</a>:
+<blockquote>At Midnight Coders, we are passionate about providing solutions that help
developers focus less on
+integration and more on the code they love to write. Using WebORB, you will be able to easily
integrate, test and
+optimize your desktop, web and mobile applications connecting to Java, .NET, and PHP backends.</blockquote></li>
+<div class="headline"><h4>Code Generation Tools</h4></div>
+<ul style="padding-top: 24px">
+<li><a target="_blank" href="http://www.granitedataservices.com/public/docs/latest/docs/reference/flex/graniteds-refguide-flex.html#graniteds.gas3">Gas3
(Granite Data Services)</a>:
+<blockquote>Gas3 replicates your entire JPA data model into its ActionScript3 equivalent,
with support of transparent
+lazy-loading and bean validation. It also generates type-safe AS3 classes mirroring your
Java EE services (Spring, EJB, CDI).
+Gas3 is available as an Eclipse plugin (on-the-fly code generation), an Apache Ant task or
an Apache Maven plugin with
+<a target="_blank" href="https://flexmojos.atlassian.net/wiki/display/FLEXMOJOS/Home">flex-mojos</a>.</blockquote></li>
+<li><a target="_blank" href="http://www.spicefactory.org/pimento/">Pimento /
Cinnamon (Spice Factory)</a>:
+<blockquote>Automatic source generation of AS3 service interfaces and proxies with
Cinnamons Ant task.</blockquote></li>
+<div class="headline"><h4>Build Tools</h4></div>
+<ul style="padding-top: 24px">
+<li><a target="_blank" href="https://flexmojos.atlassian.net/wiki/display/FLEXMOJOS/Home">Flexmojos</a>:
+<blockquote>Flexmojos provides first-class support for Flex and AIR development within
Apache Maven. It allows Maven
+to compile, optimize, and test Flex SWF, Flex SWC, Air SWF and Air SWC.</blockquote></li>
+<li><a target="_blank" href="http://gradlefx.org/">GradleFX</a>:
+<blockquote>GradleFx is a Gradle plugin for building Flex and Actionscript applications.
It provides a set of useful
+tasks that will make building your project a breeze. All the build logic is encapsulated
by the plugin and all you
+need to do is some configuration.</blockquote></li>
+<div class="headline"><h4>Testing Tools</h4></div>
+<ul style="padding-top: 24px">
+<li><a target="_blank" href="http://www8.hp.com/us/en/software-solutions/loadrunner-load-testing/index.html">Load
Runner (HP)</a>:
+<blockquote>HP LoadRunner is the industry standard for application performance testing.
The load testing tool helps
+you prevent issues by detecting bottlenecks and to obtain an accurate picture of end-to-end
system performance before
+going live. Extremely flexible for organizations and projects of all sizes, LoadRunner software
testing tool enables you
+to test a range of applications including mobile, Ajax, Flex, HTML 5, .NET, Java, GWT, Silverlight,
SOAP, Citrix, ERP
+and legacy.</blockquote></li>
+<li><a target="_blank" href="http://www.neotys.com/product/overview-neoload.html">NeoLoad
+<blockquote>NeoLoad is a load testing software solution designed for web and mobile
applications to realistically
+simulate user activity and monitor infrastructure behavior.</blockquote></li>
+<li><a target="_blank" href="http://www-03.ibm.com/software/products/en/performance/">Rational
Performance Tester (IBM)</a>:
+<blockquote>IBM® Rational® Performance Tester is a performance testing solution that
validates the scalability of web
+and server applications. Rational Performance Tester identifies the presence and cause of
system performance bottlenecks
+and reduces load testing complexity.</blockquote></li>
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Modified: flex/site/trunk/content/community-showcase.cmsPage
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/flex/site/trunk/content/community-showcase.cmsPage?rev=1583625&r1=1583624&r2=1583625&view=diff
--- flex/site/trunk/content/community-showcase.cmsPage (original)
+++ flex/site/trunk/content/community-showcase.cmsPage Tue Apr  1 11:20:57 2014
@@ -2,7 +2,6 @@ Title:  Flex Showcase!
 Some of the many desktop and mobile applications written with Flex, listed in alphabetical
-Test change 
 <div class="headline"><h4>How to submit your application?</h4></div>
 Want to see your app showcased here ? It's easy to make a submission:

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