Surfing alone is no fun. Instead of treating the web as a platform where users are by themselves, viewing static content, we passionately believe that it could be a place where a site’s viewers can connect to each other in real-time, see things happening *at that moment*, and jump in to participate together.
The LiveCycle Collaboration Service (“LCCS”, formerly known as “Cocomo”), a new service hosted by Adobe, takes the heavy lifting out of managing multi-user applications, and gets out of the way, allowing developers to build amazing new collaborative workflows. Whether it be through P2P voice and video streaming, file sharing, chat or multi-user co-navigation, LCCS gives Flash and Flex (and JS and HTTP!) developers a rich toolkit and framework for building real-time social RIAs without the hassle of managing and scaling their own multi-user servers.
You’ll come away with a deep understanding of how LCCS works, its features and coding techniques, as well as pricing and roadmap. We’ve also got some exciting new features coming that we won’t be able to talk about until this session!