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Flex 4 in Action: Revised Edition of Flex 3 in Action by Tariq Ahmed and Dan Orlando, with John C. Bland II and Joel Hooks

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Chapter 19. Architectural design patterns

This chapter covers

  • Introduction to architectural frameworks
  • Flex and the Model-View-Controller pattern
  • How to roll your own architecture
  • Mate, Cairngorm, Parsley, Robotlegs, and Swiz
  • Principles of the Robotlegs framework
  • How to build an application using the Robotlegs framework

So far, you’ve learned the basics of OOP and how to make custom classes. We’ve also looked at how to develop cool components that encapsulate and abstract functionality so they can be reused.

Once you’ve mastered the content of this chapter, you’ll feel as though your Flex development skills have reached the next level, so to speak, and rightfully so. You’ll start by taking a deep look into Flex-driven design patterns and the ...

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