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Simon (Official Rep) June 15, 2008 16:22

What technology is Sixent developed with?

Sixent - Construye tu red social al estilo Flex: Desde el lanzamiento de Adobe Flex, muchas y variadas .. http://tinyurl.com/68f3mu
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  • Simon (Official Rep) June 15, 2008 16:22
    Sixent is an AJAX application.

    We expect that developers will want to use technologies like Flex (Flash) to enhance existing and to build new features on top of the Sixent platform. Accordingly, a REST-based API for Flex integration is being considered for the future.

    Sixent is currently in private testing - our 'Alpha' - and we are busy getting it ready for a public consumer Beta. We welcome any feedback you may have about an API. In general, we'd love to hear about any ideas and suggestions that you are willing to share with us. Feedback is invaluable and helps us to prioritize the Sixent roadmap and design a better service for all.
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  • Simon:

    I think I get too excite when I wrote the review about Sixent...I love Flex app's and since Sixent interface is so web 2.0 I was totally sure it was developed using Flex...

    I'm really happy to be able to test Sixent...And I hope you get on Beta soon...

    Greetings,

    Blag.
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  • Simon (Official Rep) June 15, 2008 17:33
    Hey Blag,

    No worries. I wanted to test out Get Satisfaction and I saw your blog post tweet. Thanks for the kind words - I read the Google-translated version ;)

    I'm sure our developers will be flattered that the Sixent UI animations and transitions are quick and smooth enough to be mistaken to be like Flex at our Alpha stage.

    Looking forward to your continued feedback and enthusiasm! Beta is coming soon.

    ~ Simon
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