Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Adobe LiveCycle ES (SOA) and Flex UI

Adobe LiveCycle (ES2) Development tool can help you extend the value of existing back-end systems by enabling developers to build and deploy applications quickly and easily, and by empowering business users to manage application environments based on their specific needs.

With Adobe LiveCycle ES2, you can make it easier for people to interact with information through intuitive user experiences, improve efficiencies through business process automation, and enhance customer service through personalized communications management.

Adobe LC comes armed with Various ready to use Components to build the orchestration workflow patterns to catter to the business solutions. Apart from the below Components, a custom Solution component can be built to do a desired Operation when deployed in the LC Container.

LiveCycle ES2 modules

Each of these components have their own functionalities which can be extended by writing Custom APIs over LC.

Adobe LC, can be hosted over any of the below environments depending upon the requirements of scalability, response and utilization.

AIX 5.3, RHEL, Windows, Sun Solaris.
Weblogic, websphere, Jboss.
Oracle, mysql, SQLServer, DB2.
(Each of the above have their own specific versions that are supported according to the LC Version in use)

Adobe Flex can be used to design the UI (User Interface), armed with latest Frameworks (Swiz, Cairnogorm, Parsley), it will have a rich GUI for greater user experience and better/faster communications with the SOA (Adobe LC) service Layers using either of the  RTMP/REST/WSDL/SOAP/EJB/TaskManager/Watchedfolder endpoints (enabled by Adobe LiveCycle ES/ES2).


1 comment:

  1. Though the latest frameworks like Swiz and Parsley looks hard to understand but they are very much easy to code(if you have a clear idea on MVC). As these frameworks are easier to configure.