Royale released as Flex:

Macromedia released more details on Flex, previously Royale, a presentation server that developers use to build a Rich Internet Applications without the flash IDE. “Flex is a presentation server installed on top of a J2EE application server or servlet container, a rich library of user interface components, an XML-based markup language used to declaratively lay out these components, and an object-oriented programming language which handles user interactions with the application.” Some links:
Flex site: on macromedia.
Christophe Coenraets’s blog: Macromedia Flex Evangelist
Overview of MXML: Macromedia’s version of XAML / LZX.
Design patterns and RIA’s: Article on Devnet.

4 Responses to “Royale released as Flex:”

  1. Brajeshwar
    November 17th, 2003 | 3:09 am

    That word “released” is a bit misleaing. It is not yet released, it is still in beta.
    (just my thought)

  2. April 21st, 2007 | 5:41 am

    I think Silverlight looks more promising than Flex. Especially since it has native support for .NET

    Regards
    Arpit Jacob
    http://www.clazh.com

  3. August 14th, 2007 | 7:30 am

    Agree with Jacob. By the way, Jacob, I checked your site and you have some great wordpress themes. Almost as good as mine :)

  4. May 5th, 2009 | 2:57 am

    Hi,
    Nice info about to the Royale released as Flex.I think these kinds of blog are very help full for the internet users.

    Yes i agreed with you Brajeshwar that eleased” is a bit misleaing. It is not yet released, it is still in beta