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Repeatable Development Environments with Vagrant

By Mitchell Hashimoto
October 16, 2013

As the number of developers on a project, the number of projects in an organization, or the complexity of a single project increases, it also becomes increasingly difficult to keep development environments operational. From changing dependencies and differing server versions …

Scaling People, Process, and Technology with Python

By Dave Himrod
July 15, 2013

NOTE: If you are interested in attending OSCON to check out Dave’s talk or the many other cool sessions, click over to the OSCON website where you can use the discount code OS13PROG to get 20% off your registration fee. …

In the 2012 election, big data-driven analysis and campaigns were the big winners

By Alex Howard
November 8, 2012

On Tuesday night, President Barack Obama was elected to a second term in office. In a world of technology and political punditry, the big winner is Nate Silver, the New York Times blogger at Five Thirty Eight. (Break out your …

Flex Development using Notepad++, the Flex SDK, and Ant...All Completely Free!

By Charles Bihis
December 15, 2010

"Flex is a highly productive, free, open source frameworkfor building expressive web applications." This is taken directly from the Flex product page on Adobe.com (emphasis mine). However, after talking to many web developers over the years, I've come to find...

Introducing AntPile

By Jesse Freeman
September 13, 2010

AntPile is an AS 3 project template complete with ANT build script and unit testing scaffolding. It also supports automating Air for Android APK compiling and deploying to phones.

Announcing Schematron for Ant v3ᵝ - Plus some other OSS sites

By Rick Jelliffe
April 22, 2010

The latest release for the Schematron for Ant (Java) task is now available at SCHEMATRON.COM. This is the third release of the Schematron for Ant task which has been through four or five different programmers' hands over the years. The...

5 Things I Learned While Automating with Ant

By Jesse Freeman
March 31, 2010

Advanced Flash Tactics or AFTs are techniques that come from deep within the Flash Art Of War, the oldest Flash military treatise in the world. In this AFT I will go over - 5 Things I Learned While Automating...

Flash Development on a Netbook

By Jesse Freeman
March 29, 2010

Advanced Flash Tactics or AFTs are techniques that come from deep within the Flash Art Of War, the oldest Flash military treatise in the world. In this AFT I will go over - Flash Development on a Netbook. A...

Flash TDD Project Template

By Jesse Freeman
November 30, 2009

Advanced Flash Tactics or AFTs are techniques that come from deep within the Flash Art Of War, the oldest Flash military treatise in the world. In this AFT I will go over - Flash TDD Project Template. Those of...

5 Tips For Documenting Code

By Jesse Freeman
November 2, 2009

Advanced Flash Tactics or AFTs are techniques that come from deep within the Flash Art Of War, the oldest Flash military treatise in the world. In this AFT I will go over - 5 Tips for Documenting Code. Documenting code is not high on many people's lists of things todo. Most of the time it is boring, repetitive, and time consuming. If you want to get better at documenting your own code then this is the post for you. I have 5 simple rules to follow while coding to make the process easier.

Anatomy of an Enterprise Flex RIA Part 17: Testing Flex

By Tony Hillerson
May 13, 2008

We've already seen how to automate the Java unit tests with TestNG, and in this week’s installment of Anatomy of an Enterprise Flex RIA we're going to automate our Flex tests with Flex Unit and Maven/Ant. Join us Mondays as we finish up our series, Anatomy of an Enterprise Flex RIA.

Anatomy of an Enterprise Flex RIA Part 7: The ui Project Maven Build

By Tony Hillerson
March 4, 2008

Last installment we looked at Maven and Ant integration and using some data tools to help automatically populate the database. Now in part seven of Anatomy of an Enterprise Flex RIA, we're going to look at the UI part of the project including building Flex from Maven through Ant and automatically running external tasks from Eclipse. Follow along every Monday...

Anatomy of an Enterprise Flex RIA Part 7: The ui Project Maven Build

By Tony Hillerson
March 3, 2008

Last installment we looked at Maven and Ant integration and using some data tools to help automatically populate the database. Now in part seven of Anatomy of an Enterprise Flex RIA, we're going to look at the UI part of the project including building Flex from Maven through Ant and automatically running external tasks from Eclipse. Follow along every Monday...

Anatomy of an Enterprise Flex RIA Part 6: The Data Project Maven Build

By Laura Painter
February 25, 2008

In the last installment we looked at the Maven build lifecycle and where the tests are located in our sample application. In this installment of the Anatomy of an Enterprise Flex RIA we'll look at how Maven and Ant integrate and how we'll use DBUnit and DDLUtils to build and populate the database. Join us every Monday for another step in the development process.


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