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Our Flex Book Is Written!

An advanced book on Rich Internet Application with Adobe Flex and Java

From Farata Systems blog

The book "RIA development with Adobe Flex and Java" is written. Check out the book site. Do you know why we are smiling? Because the writing is over! It took us longer than planned because we had to work for a living, and the time for writing this book was just stolen from our families and our sleep.

The book is about 650 pages, and here's the brief TOC:

Foreword by Bruce Eckel
Foreword by Matt Chotin
Chapter 1. Architecture of RIA
Chapter 2. Introduction to Flex Framework
Chapter 3. Flex Builder Development Environment
Chapter 4. Learning Flex Through Applications
Chapter 5. A Complete Application with RPC Communications
Chapter 6. End-to-End Rapid Application Development
Chapter 7. How to write your own data services
Chapter 8. Enhancing and Extending Flex Controls
Chapter 9. Trees with Dynamic Data Population
Chapter 10. Working with Large Applications
Chapter 11. Data-Driven Approach To Flex Programming
Chapter 12. Application logging and debugging
Chapter 13. Building a SlideShow Application
Chapter 14. Developing Custom Charts
Chapter 15. Integration With External Applications

The book should be printed in February 2007. Most of the book is a heavy duty stuff that will be useful for any real-world Flex developer. The first four chapters go easy on you, but then we start going deep under the Flex 2 skin. We are sure that this book is going to be useful for any Flex practitioner. We hope that this book will be appreciated by Java developers, even though a reader with any object-oriented background will be able to use it.

This was my fourth book. And it's the fourth time when I say, "Never again". Let's see if I'll be able to keep the promise this time.

More Stories By Yakov Fain

Yakov Fain is a Java Champion and a co-founder of the IT consultancy Farata Systems and the product company SuranceBay. He wrote a thousand blogs (http://yakovfain.com) and several books about software development. Yakov authored and co-authored such books as "Angular 2 Development with TypeScript", "Java 24-Hour Trainer", and "Enterprise Web Development". His Twitter tag is @yfain

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