[UPDATE 2] If you are still having version issues with the sample application featured in this article, you can get a fully upgraded version here
[UPDATE] This article series has been reedited on the Adobe Developer Connection. For more information, see this post.
In the previous article in this series, I described the creation and configuration of a classic standalone Flex module built with flex-compiler-mojo. In this article I’m going to describe the creation of our back-end module, made up with Spring, Hibernate and MySQL. I’ll keep the most interesting part for the fourth and last episode, that is how to connect the frontend with the backend using BlazeDS.