Used Flex 4 and Data-Centric Development (DCD) in Flash Builder 4 to create a application which can be used in devices with Flash Player 10.1 support. This applications loads data from tomcat server configured with LiveCycle DS; Lets the user view the data and edit the same. Please find below the screen shots of the application running on Google Nexus One with Flash Player 10.1 🙂
Note: I took the screen shots of the application running on Google Nexus One phone using Dalvik Debug Monitor packaged with Android SDK
I also wanted to see if I can use the same application to target Flash Player running on bigger screens like Mac. Since I used Flex 4, I just created different skins for my custom components so that the applications looks good when launched from a Mac or PC. After creating the skins, all I had to do was to change the <style> tag in the main application to point to the css configured with my new skins and re-compile my application. Please see below the screen shot of the application launched from Firefox on my mac 🙂
The application developed here is consuming data from a Data Management Service destination of LiveCycle DS (LCDS) and so any changes to the data on the mobile devices is pushed to all other clients viewing the same data 🙂 In the last image below, you can see the changes made on the mobile being pushed onto the application running on Mac.
Adobe Rocks 🙂