Disclosure: I work with Blue Parabola, Adobe is a customer of Blue Parabola.
If you’ve been paying attention, you will have noticed that I recently published a series of articles over on phparch.com discussing the new Data Connection Wizard for PHP that Adobe has built into Flash Builder 4. While I am not a great fan of Wizards in general, I recognize that there is a segment of the developer population that does like them so I respect that and try not to run screaming from the room every time I see someone using one.
I am currently teaching a class for php|architect and Adobe, “Rich Internet Applications with Flex and PHP“. Today, one of the topics we covered was packaging classes. I was demonstrating how easy it was to create packages in Flash Builder 4 and going along nicely using my slides when a student asked a question.
“Why doesn’t it actually create the sub packages for me? Do I need to do that myself?”