Flex – The Good, The Bad, and The Future

Over the past week the Flash and Flex community have been on a roller coaster ride with announcements by Adobe regarding the Flash platform. As a technical director at Roundarch this is a topic I follow very closely since it directly affects the digital solutions we design and develop for our clients. I’ve shared my thoughts on Flex and the future of developing rich internet applications in a post on my blog.

I am fortunate to be surrounded with technologists, user experience practitioners, visual designers, and strategists at Roundarch who combined represent expertise in almost all things relevant to modern software development. It’s a lucky spot to be in and I’m confident in our proficiency to adapt both reactively and proactively to trends like this in the industry.

I’ve been involved in the Flex community in some capacity now for over 4 years. Over the past week Adobe has made some major announcements concerning Flash and Flex. Some in the Flex community are clearly livid over what has happened in the past week. I’d like to offer a little perspective on how I came to love Flex and my thoughts on the future of developing rich user interfaces.

Read the whole blog post here.

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