When the Flash Remoting components were rewritten in ActionScript 2.0, Mike Kollen and I wrote an article for the Macromedia Developer Center that explained how to build the work order status widget. That small widget alone was worth a whole article. We had, however, other 2 articles planned that showed other features of the application. We actually re-built the whole Trio Motor application using the newer components and the new Flash Remoting API. For simplicity, the original ColdFusion components were kept, with simply minor modifications.
While the other articles were never written, we still have the completely functional Trio Motor application version 2, so we thought that we could make it public. The application can be viewed at http://www.blueinstant.com/mx (choose an order and click on the Service Manager button). It includes some custom components and it also comes with complete documentation: http://www.blueinstant.com/mx/docs/
If I remember correctly you only need to set up a data source called “triomotors” and drop the mx folder in your webroot.
We are now planning on building the ColdFusion Flash Forms version of Trio Motor. :)