Digital Primates works and lives in the development community. To that end, we share what we know and we give back what we can. The following are open source projects started by Digital Primates and given to the community.
It is our fundamental belief that sharing these tools leads to a better and more vibrant experience for all involved.
Digital Primates is a founding member of the MPEG-DASH promoters group, actively working to create a new video standard for streaming.
Jeff and Mike are active committers in the Apache Flex project, and both are members of the project management committee for it.
FlexUnit 4 is a unit testing framework for Flex and ActionScript 3.0 applications and libraries. It was designed to bring the most modern forms of unit testing from various communities to the ActionScript developer raising the bar for code quality in the community.
FlexUnit is the first community project included in Flash Builder. For more information on features, please visit the FlexUnit site.
Before creating FlexUnit 4 for the community, Digital Primates created their first testing framework called Fluint. While it was based loosely on the concepts of JUnit, Fluint provided enhanced asynchronous support, a graphical test runner, integration with continuous build systems and an optional Adobe AIR client for directory watching. The code base for Fluint now exists inside of FlexUnit 4.
dpHibernate is a custom Flex Library and a BlazeDS Hibernate adapter that work together to give you support for lazy loading of Hibernate objects from inside your Flex applications.
Digital Primates is a sponsor of and contributor to the FlexServerLib project, a common repository of server-side code that helps power Flex applications and expand the functionality of BlazeDS.