Flex is turning out to be fun
I ended my day yesterday, with quite a few things getting done, while other still open, but for sure it was a reveling experience. Flex was all over me most part of the day yesterday. Seems like catching up as I was on top the day before 🙂 I said, I am liking it a lot.
This day some of the big ticket items that I worked upon were:
- Synchronous event processing – we were facing a lot of issues controlling the events as they get fired and how do we control the sequence as one could be dependent on the other. Tried using the Cairngorm ‘s SequenceCommand. It works fine to dispatch events, but there is no way to go back to the previous event. The final solution is not there yet, but very close to what I want it to be. I think I will end up extending the Cairngorm framework to manage the same in the long run
- Command Pattern usage in Cairngorm: Does most of it, but the usage of the Command Deisgn pattern is missing. I need a few things in the long run which would lead me to extending the framework
- Layouts: Got a good grip on how to designing the layouts in Flex and have many areas of comparison. I am in a good position to write an article
- Runtime Shared Libraries: Some progress there as well. Got the resources to work with the RSL, still have to get my code built as an RSL
If you have already been through some of these, point me to some of those, meanwhile I will continue to work on providing detailed article to all of you.
I am now going back to have fun, you should too.