Adobe Flex is perfect for an application we sell. However we want to move this application to a server and have users access it online rather than having their own copy.
Adobe Flex and Flash are unsupported on android and from the looks of it this lack of support will spread.
Will this affect the use of our application if we build it with Apache Flex?
I need to work with Adobe (Apache?) Flex again but there is so much time that I don't remember a thing... need some advice of who is still active
do I still need to use Flex Builder? (which version it is?)
should I take the framework from Apache right?
any links or web sites that I cant miss?
thank you very much in advance... not knowing very much where to start of.. any information will be very much appreciated
Where do I place the Apache 2.0 License in my Phonegap app? Do I just copy and paste that one part and place it in a txt file and stick it in my WWW folder? Or does it need to appear in the app itself somewhere? Im very new to this stuff so I apologize if I sound like an amateur.
I am setting up ACS commons error page for different languages. The DispatcherPassError 0 is needed for ACS commons at the apache level for this. This has been setup successfully.
However I also need to make sure that another set of error pages at the Apache web server level has to be display when AEM is down. For this DispatcherPassError 1 has to be enabled.
How do I make sure that I configure both in a way that they work in their own specific circumstances.
I have a Flex application that worked in Java 7 and Tomcat 7, but when I upgraded to Java 8 it 404's and will not work.
the Tomcat logs, say that the app fired, but failed to launch.
Has anyone else had this issue, and how did you resolve it?
How to create a non PDF/A standard pdf file using any open source java library? I tried Apche PDF Box and itextPDF already.
I've got a problem. The datastore folder of my cq55 author server is very large (~70GB).
What i've done yet:
I made a DataStore Garbage Collection and a tar optimization (With a restart at the end!) but the folder wouldn't get smaller.
What should i do now?
I'm using Apache as a web server for Adobe AEM CMS.
When an user requests a non-existing resource, he/she gets 404 response from the CMS and in content of this response there is an SSI tag with link to the specific for this user error page. For example:
<!--#include virtual="/china/errors/404.html" -->
I want Apache looks for SSI tags only in responses with 404 code, not in responses with specific extension or in all responses.
Is it possible?
Can anyone help me with the apache Jackrabbit , I'm unable to make use of it with localhost and so as in the second hop of getting started with jcr.
Here is a link.