[osflash] Value Objects, ModelLocator and property bindings in ARP/ARPX
aral at ariaware.com
Tue Apr 18 07:42:54 EDT 2006
If you do not type the viewRef to a specific form, you can reuse a
Command. But it should only be calling public methods (in essence, it
*is* acting like a callback so I can't chastise Jesse's use of callbacks
although we are bastardizing the Command pattern as Peter pointed out.)
Use the ModelLocator to store your data objects.
Take a look at the Arp sample app in SVN for an example.
Marcelo de Moraes Serpa wrote:
> Hi Aral!
> Thank you very much for helping! I will look into that.
> For the ModelLocator issue, Maybe I will use the classic viewRef
> approach and regarding this, I´ve got one question:
> - How could I implement a command in such a way that it could be used
> by more than one form? I´ve saw some examples of commands and they
> typecast viewref to the class of the form using that... should I use
> some control structure to handle that?
> Or maybe I will try your ModelLocator (found at ARP repository).. I
> just want to store the ValueObjects somewhere and so I´m able to
> decouple the commands from the views (so it could be easily reused by
> many views without headaches) ... could you point me to any example of
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