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Flex, LCDS, FlexUnit, and Maven 2

Posted on 2008-06-11
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I have a Flex application that uses LCDS. I was wondering if someone help me find tutorials/samples on how to do the following:

1. Build the Flex application (which uses LCDS) with Maven 2 (what to put in the pom.xml)

2. How to integrate my existing flexunit tests into the Maven 2 build

3. Run my FlexUnit tests using Maven 2


Thanks do much!
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I have never used maven before but here is a nice post explaining it:

1. http://codesurf.wordpress.com/2008/05/22/maven-flex-and-livecycle-ds/
2 and 3. It should be easy to figure this out if you look at the link above.
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Thank you
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I recently came across the best Flex/LCDS/Java/Maven2 guide that I have ever seen before (http://www.flexlcds.com). I have been looking for something like this for a very long time. If you are interested in how all the concepts come together (frontend, middleware, backend, build/deploy), please check it out. I know that it will help you as much as it has helped me!
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