Tag Archives: MVC

Cairngorm Top 5 Tips – Number 3 – The Data Translator Pattern

Number 3 on my list of Cairngorm tips is the Data Translator pattern. I’d like to preface my explanation of the pattern with a discussion about web application domains. As Flex developers we’re often inclined to use server-side technologies like Blaze DS, LiveCycle DS, ColdFusion, amfPHP, RubyAMF because of the native object transfer layers that [...]

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Team RIA Development – Part 2 – MVC – Part 1

My posts on team development will start from a beginners understanding of programming, working up to an advanced look at architecture and design. First thing’s first: What’s this MVC thing? MVC stands for Model-view-controller. MVC aims to separate, or decouple, data (model) from the user interface (view) and functional logic (controller). You can read a [...]

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