Flex front-end to Metro

Adobe Flex 3

Metro, the Web services stack in GlassFish, allows you to build secure, reliable, transactional, and interoperable Web services. NetBeans IDE provides an easy way to generate Web service client artifacts and invoke the endpoint from Java classes or pages.

The beauty of Web services is that the client and server may be completely disconnected, for example, even using different language. James Ward showed how to use Flex to create a front end to JAX-WS, a core component of Metro.

Let us know if you have used JavaFX or any other similar technology to create a front end for Metro.


The working code for Jaxws+Flex can be found as a link in last comment here.

Posted by Sameer Tygi on August 03, 2007 at 01:03 AM PDT #

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