About 3 years ago I wrote my first custom component for Adobe LiveCycle ES, a…
Anyone with a corporate shared Twitter account will understand the conflict between being open and allowing anyone to post a tweet vs making sure that only correct public information is exposed. This solution built out using Adobe LiveCycle ES & Flash Builder is one way of solving this issue.
Part 1 – Build a controlled tweet solution
Building a controlled Twitter solution using Adobe LiveCycle ES (part1) from Dr LiveCycle on Vimeo. Part 1 of a video that demonstrates how you can use LiveCycle ES to build a process
After reading a couple of great articles recently I thought I’d give writing a component (or DSC – Document Service Component) for LiveCycle ES a go. For inspiration I read Mike Hodgson’s Devnet walkthrough article on how to build a component and Christoph Room’s sample for integrating LiveCycle ES with Adobe Share.
Since using the Twitter API has become the modern day “Hello World” I decided to give it a shot. After googling for 5 minutes I found the Think Tank Twitter java interface. A few lines of code and I had my class written ready for LiveCycle integration;