Powering AIR Applications with Rails
Location: Portland Ballroom 252
- What is AIR?
- HTML AIR applications
- Rails driving HTML AIR applications
- Flex AIR applications
- RubyAMF with Flex
- AIR Tips and Tricks * Deploying AIR Applications in a Rails setting * Building AIR with rake * Testing * Offline/Online Techniques.
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Tony Hillerson is a Software Architect for EffectiveUI. He graduated from Ambassador University with a BA in MIS. On any given day he may be working with Flex, Java, Rails, Maven, Ant, Ruby, or shell scripts. Tony has contributed to and developed on many community projects, such as RubyAMF. He’s written whitepapers, including one on Flex and Live Cycle Data Services, and is currently co-authoring a book on Flex and Rails. This year Tony has spoken at 360|Flex and Adobe MAX, as well as local user groups.
Tony is interested in all levels of usability and experience design, from the database to the server to the glass.
In his free time Tony enjoys playing the bass, playing World of Warcraft, making electronic music, making beer, learning Latin, and studying philosophy. Tony lives outside Denver, CO with his wife and son Titus.
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Daniel Wanja is a professional programmer since 1986 and started object-oriented development in 1988. He used several object databases and object to relational database mapping frameworks and languages since. Daniel is a Certified Flex 2.0 Developer and had formerly many Java certifications. Daniel now enjoys using a combination of Flex and/or Rails on all of his professional engagements. Daniel wrote flexonrails.com in early 2005, a first attempt of integrating Flex with Rails. You can find more of his current experiments of integrating Flex with Rails on his blog http://onrails.org. Lately, Daniel joined force with Tony Hillerson to write a book for Addison-Wesley on his favorite subject “Flex on Rails: Building Rich Internet Applications using Adobe Flex 3.0 and Rails 2.0”.