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Flex Application Development for websites

Updated on March 6, 2010

Flex Application Development

Flex is a relatively new technology based on Macromedia Flash software, a fully developed environment that ranked to a branch standard. Flex is a free, open source framework for building extremely interactive web applications. Its run time - Flash Player and Adobe Integrated Runtime (AIR) are available on all major browsers, desktops and Operating Systems. Through Flex, SWF files are produced, which are delivered by Flash Player and these applications can run on web Browsers via Flash Player and in online/offline mode via AIR over desktops.

Flex Application Development for Website

Flex is a relatively new technology based on Macromedia Flash software, a fully developed environment that ranked to a branch standard. Flex is a free, open source framework for building extremely interactive web applications. Its run time - Flash Player and Adobe Integrated Runtime (AIR) are available on all major browsers, desktops and Operating Systems. Through Flex, SWF files are produced, which are delivered by Flash Player and these applications can run on web Browsers via Flash Player and in online/offline mode via AIR over desktops.

Flex offers a number of noteworthy benefits both for developers and end-users, including:

  • Record development time is due to great degree of coding tools and broad visual component library
  • Solution, measurability and dependability are due to powerful and refined Flex programming model
  • Flex based solutions are easily re-designed or raised at whatever time it is required
  • Easy integration into a server application due to data synchronization engine between the client and server
  • In-context interactivity referable to video, audio, streaming, and messaging components

Flex is applied for the development of the following solutions:

  • Network, communication and other interactive solutions
  • Business systems
  • Statistics management applications
  • Video and audio messaging solutions, classical text messaging solutions
  • CRM and ERP systems
  • Standalone custom solutions

 Major IT Companies offer Flex development services. They have dedicated team of Flex programmers; they have professionally completed various outsourcing software development projects.  Companies have been among pioneers to productively use Flex capabilities and gallantly offer ultimate and compelling solutions to customers.

Most of the Companies offer services of the custom software development with the usage of Flex technology include the following:

  • Consulting, business analysis and specification
  • Development
  • Flex/Flash programming
  • Server-side programming with the usage of PHP, Java or .NET technologies
  • Client-side programming
  • Flash design

Benefits of using Flex:

  • Applications developed using Flex ensures Rich User Experience by non rational interaction with the application and presenting information in a visually rich interface.
  • Flex offers Strong Development Model that comprises of Action Script and MXML.
  • Flex allows for the development of applications that support complex business logic to run in the browser, delivering the belief of Fast reply and not refreshing the page again and again.
  • Flex supports Diverse Modes for pushing data with an integrated development model for complete customization and control. Applications developed are extremely tailoring to customer´s needs.
  • The highly developed client environment of Flex allows the applications to process large number of information at client-end without any noticeable change in performance of the applications. This leads to High Performance.

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