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Getting started with Adobe Flex

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Getting started with Adobe Flex
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Publisher: IBM Corporation
Number of pages: 239

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Adobe Flex is a free open source framework for developing rich Web applications that deploy consistently on all major browsers, desktops, and operating systems. This book is intended for anyone who works or intends to work with Web application design and development using the Web 2.0 paradigm such as application developers, software architects, consultants, instructors and students.

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