Big thanks to Doug, Bill, Jim, Mike, Don, Boss boss, and everyone else who joined me for my presentation on Continuous Integration and Flex at Kennedy Space Center. I ended up running around an hour and forty minutes giving an overview of the Adobe Flex domain and continuous integration as a whole. Thank you everyone for taking the time out of your busy schedules to tough through the presentation; I hope I have failed you all equally.
As promised, below are links to the materials from the presentation that I used as well as links to other resources you may find helpful.
Subversion – http://subversion.tigris.org/
Apache Ant – http://ant.apache.org/
Flex Ant Tasks – Use the libraries included in the Flex SDK 3.2 distribution
Fluint Library and Ant Tasks – http://code.google.com/p/fluint/
mock-as3 – http://code.google.com/p/mock-as3/
Hudson – https://hudson.dev.java.net/
Example Application and Component – http://brianlegros.com/blog/files/example_apps.zip
Slides – http://brianlegros.com/blog/files/slides.pdf
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate email @ me at brianlegros dot com.
NOTE: The Fluint test runners and reports that you saw in my presentation were using a code base that has yet to be released by the Fluint team, but will be hopefully soon. We have a lot of great working going on at the Fluint project, so I’d encourage you all to check out the Google Code site as well as the Fluint mailing list.
Tags: actionscript, ant, flex, fluint, hudson, nasa, subversion