For the most part, Pijin development has been going pretty well. Maciek came down from London in December and we managed to come up with solutions for most of the tough conceptual challenges that were worrying us. Continue reading
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I’m ashamed to say it… but I’m one of them!
I’ve been using PureMVC for my Flash/Flex applications for quite a while now, and have generally found it to work quite well. Besides the obviously annoying abundance of boiler-plate code, it does a decent job of separating concerns, and has helped me to build better applications.
Lately, however, I’ve been building an application for which PureMVC has turned out to be a pretty poor fit. The term that some people have used to describe this kind of application is “Document-Based”.
Just in case you thought that there was a clear cut definition of MVC:
And if you are considering using Cairngorm for your next project, give this a read (especially the comments, all of them):
Just came across some great video tutorials on Niel Webb’s Blog:
A useful looking resource here: http://diamondtearz.org/blog/zend_amf-collection/
Just came accross this post in my feeds:
Looks promising. Interested to see how it progresses. Check out the project page here:
I bought my own copy of Flex Builder 3 this morning.. Stoked! Running it as a Ganymede plugin. So far so good. Wish it had code generation (for getters and setters at least) and templates, but I’m sure they’ll be integrated one of these fine days.
It’s great to see Zend_Amf moving along swiftly! Keep tabs on it by subscribing to Wade Arnold’s blog, or visiting:
Thought it was about time to post some updates.