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Create components and classes with the Cairngorm framework
Although Cairngorm is the oldest and most widely used Flex framework, very little literature exists that clearly explains how to implement this framework. This book fills that void by showing you how Cairngorm facilitates team development, encourages best practices for building Flex-based RIAs, and works well with medium- to large-scale projects in which code needs to be separated and organized.
Begins with an introduction to Cairngorm, focusing on the underlying principles, source code, and uses of Cairngorm
Examines the major components of Cairngorm including the ModelLocator, ServiceLocator, FrontController, Events, Commands, Delegates, and Value Objects
Presents a sample project that walks you through the various aspects of its organization and its handling of application logic
Explains how to make the most of events, commands, delegates, and value objects
Explores alternative methods for using events, commands, and delegates
Shares techniques for linking Cairngorm to a project
Offers suggestions for taking advantage of plug-ins and extensions
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