Adobe Bridges Flash, Flex with AJAX

Adobe Systems has released two new open-source libraries to help developers bridge Adobe Flash and Flex technology with the hot Asynchronous JavaScript and XML style of development. Jeff Whatcott, senior director of Adobe's Enterprise and Developer Business Unit, said San Jose, Calif.-based Adobe is making it easier for developers to use Adobe Flex, Flash Player and AJAX to create rich Internet applications, or RIAs.

The two new open-source libraries—the Flex-AJAX Bridge and the AJAX Client for Flex Data Services—will enable developers to easily add the capabilities of the Flash Player and the Flex framework to AJAX applications. And developers also can add AJAX functionality into RIAs built with Flex, company officials said.


News source: eWeek

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