Rapise is a next generation software test automation tool that leverages the power of open architecture to improve application quality and reduce time to market. Using advanced technology and an extensible architecture, Rapise can handle your software application and cross-browser testing needs
Model-Glue: Flex brings implicit invocation, Model-View-Controller design, and cleaner, less repetitive integration with backend services to Flex 2.0 and AIR applications. It shuns repetitive, boilerplate code in favor of helper classes and expressive APIs.
Pimento is a framework for integrating data management into Rich Internet Applications. It integrates Java web applications built with JPA/Hibernate and Spring with Flex, Flash and AIR clients and can be deployed in any servlet container or Java EE application server.
This project's purpose is to make it easier to build Spring-powered Rich Internet Applications using Adobe Flex as the front-end client. It aims to achieve this purpose by providing first-class support for using the open source Adobe BlazeDS project and its powerful remoting and messaging facilities in combination with the familiar Spring programming model.
The ServeBox Foundry ( sbasfoundry ) is an ActionScript 3 / Java framework designed for Flex 2 applications development. Its design is based on several design patterns, and includes tools built to resolve some of the recurrent Flex 2 development issues : Model-View sync, screen-browsing, Access-Control Lists (currently in development), localization and labels externalization, etc. Originally, we (ServeBox) created it to respond to our customers development needs. It is now available as an open-source project under Apache-style license, so you can use it for commercial and/or open-source projects.
FlexMonkey is a testing framework for Flex apps that provides for the capture, replay and verification of Flex UI functionality. FlexMonkey can record and playback Flex UI interactions, and generates ActionScript-based testing scripts that can easily be included within a continuous integration process. It uses the Flex Automation API and was created by extending Adobe's sample automation adapter, AutoQuick.
Guasax is an ease of use programming framework to provide ordered and scalable Flex applications. Life cycle of guasax framework is based in the MVC pattern to take on our program actions. One uniqueness of Guasax is that they use a XML file to configure the actions in the business logic, which reassemble some aspects of Java Struts framework. Guasax can be extended by developing guasax components.
This is an Eclipse editor tool to provide source code formatting for Adobe Flex code (i.e. Actionscript and MXML). I've provided a small set of formatting options which hopefully covers the most popular coding conventions.
This application helps developers to generate Flex code to consume BlazeDS/LCDS Remoting services and also generate configuration file to expose Java classes as Remoting services. Developers can view response from a Remoting service, generate Flex code to invoke a Remoting service and also generate AS3 VO code for the Java classes.