Macromedia Flex is the first version of the Flex platform, originally released by Macromedia on March 29, 2004. After the acquisition of Macromedia by Adobe Systems in December 2005, it became known as Adobe Flex and is now known as Apache Flex.
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Macromedia targeted the enterprise application development market with its initial releases of Macromedia Flex 1.0 and 1.5. The company offered the technology at a price of around US$12000 per CPU. Required for deployment, the J2EE application server compiled MXML and ActionScript on-the-fly into Flash applications (binary SWF files). Each server license included 5 licenses for the Flex Builder integrated development environment (IDE).
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- Macromedia Flex at Macromedia (archived 2003-11-19)
- Adobe Flex at Adobe
- Apache Flex at the Apache Software Foundation
- Macromedia Flex at the Macromedia Wiki
- Apache Flex at Wikipedia
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