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CF United 09 Presentation Files - Google App Engine and Flex

Ok folks, here are my preso files for my CF United 2009 talk on Google App Engine and Flex.  Is this the final version?  Sure.  Until I change it.  I shall resist doing that...


Here is the powerpoint presentation download: 294_Andrew_Schwabe_Google_App_Engine_Flex.ppt

Here is the full download (warning, this is big!) Contains all 4 google app engine java projects, all 4 flex projects and the powerpoint file.  The download is big because of all the jar files.  I will try to have a USB key with me so if you want a super fun time instant copy instead of downloading it, I should be able to do that.

Full download (94MB, zipped):

For those of you web surfers interested -- demo 4 project includes a fix for allowing Flex app using AMF to retrieve Google Account information (using ajax and a custom auto servlet) so your Flex apps can determine if you are logged in, and get your user identifier if you are logged in.

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