The Vancouver Adobe AIR Workshop actually happened on last Wednesday, but I didn’t get the chance to write about it, because I was too busy organizing the Vancouver Joomla DocCamp event. I know this is bad journalism practice, but better late than never. Adobe AIR workshop was in fact organized by our associate Ash Sanieyan from the PeerGlobe Technology and rmd Studio and Tazzu were two of the sponsors in this event. This event was held at the Network Hub and about 20 developers had shown up.
After Atul finished his presentation, Doug Schmidt took over to show us his famous AIR Dryfox App. I must say this is quite a humorous project that he has done and I think you should check it out too.
Ash himself did a quite interesting presentation about developing a flex user interface that communicates with a Ruby on Rails back-end using the REST protocol.
At the end, Doug Schmidt handed out some giveaway prizes to the people. He also covered the cost of Beer at the after party! Thank you Doug! we think you are awesome.
[tags]peerglobe, rmdstudio, vancouver, network hub, flex, adobe air, web application development, ruby on rails[/tags]