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|==== FlexMail Sample Application ====||==== FlexMail Sample Application ====|
|-||This application is an e-mail client that you can use to check mail, reply, delete, and so on. It uses a pure Flex client, and relies on ColdFusion for the back end (using <cfpop> and <cfmail>).||+||This sample application is an e-mail client you can use to check mail, reply, delete, and so on. It's interface is a pure Flex 2 client, relying on ColdFusion 7.0.1 for the back end mail server integration functionality (using <cfpop> and <cfmail>). ''Note: this sample application requires ColdFusion 7.0.1 and the Flex2 ColdFusion Adapter.''|
|-||[http://labs.macromedia.com/wiki/index.php/CF_Adapter:FlexMail Download FlexMail Sample Application (Requires ColdFusion 7.0.1 and the Flex2 CFAdapter)]||+||[http://labs.macromedia.com/wiki/index.php/CF_Adapter:FlexMail Download FlexMail Sample Application >]|
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Macromedia Labs - Showcase Gallery
Here at the Macromedia Labs Showcase Gallery, we'll be highlighting interesting projects, samples, applications and demos created by the Macromedia developer community.
Note: to properly view these featured Flex 2 showcase demos, you will need to have the Flash Player 8.5 Alpha installed. The Flash Player 8.5 Alpha is included with both the full and plug-in only installation packages of Flex Builder 2, available for download and evaluation from the Macromedia Labs website.
FlexMail Sample Application
This sample application is an e-mail client you can use to check mail, reply, delete, and so on. It's interface is a pure Flex 2 client, relying on ColdFusion 7.0.1 for the back end mail server integration functionality (using <cfpop> and <cfmail>). Note: this sample application requires ColdFusion 7.0.1 and the Flex2 ColdFusion Adapter.
AS3 EXIF Information Decoder
Macromedian Kevin Hoyt is working on a port of Thierry Bousch’s EXIF information decoder from Python to ActionScript 3.0, currently dumping to console the EXIF header/metadata from referenced image files. This should prove to be a great resource for client-side image/EXIF metadata parsing- initial source code has been posted for your perusal. Make sure to keep posted to Kevin's blog as he builds this out into a more robust object-oriented library.
Vijay has put together a nice front end to MXNA built in Flex 2/ActionScript 3 using the current MXNA web services.
Although currently incomplete, Darron Schall is working on FlashVNC- a VNC client built in AS 3 targeting Flash Player 8.5. Using binary sockets to connect to a TightVNC server by way of the RFB protocol, FlashVNC also implements DES encryption and should prove to be a great example of the speed improvements in AS3/Flash Player 8.5.
Flex TimePicker 2 Component
Randy Drisgill is working on a port of his Flex 1.x-based Flex TimePicker Component to ActionScript 3/Flex 2, which mimics the behavior of the Microsoft time picker (i.e. the picker control that's shown when you double-click the time in the Windows XP system tray). You can view his progress at the following URL- keep posted to Randy's weblog for updates!
AsFusion Feed Reader
AsFusion Reader is an application to read RSS feeds. It has built in channels such as MXNA and FullAsAGoog, and it also allows adding custom folders and feeds for those that are not included in one of the built in channels. Other features are the option to save interesting posts to read later, community tagging and Podcast listening.
Ted Patrick has created Zorn Chat - a basic chat application implemented in Flex 2 using AMF over the new Socket class. Great stuff!
Chad Michael prototypes 3D rendering and animation with the new graphics capabilities provided in Flex 2.
Danny Patterson demos a Flickr photo viewer in Flex 2- allowing you to enter a tag, submit it, and browse corresponding images from the popular Flickr service.