[Arp] Is ARP too much trouble?
kp at bit-101.com
Wed Oct 12 15:45:53 PDT 2005
While Arp isn't perfect, "too much trouble" is pretty harsh. Yeah, there's a
learning curve, and there are steps you have to do to set up an application,
but it's certainly better than trying to do all the same stuff from scratch.
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> [mailto:Arp-bounces at ariaware.com] On Behalf Of Chris Velevitch
> Sent: Tuesday, October 11, 2005 8:28 PM
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> Subject: [Arp] Is ARP too much trouble?
> I had a conversion with someone after last nights Flash Dev
> meeting, who complained that ARP was too much trouble to use.
> They said that commands weren't reuseable and needed
> references to the views. That setting up an application
> required much work before getting into the meat of the
> application, such as setting up the control and registering
> commands. I have often thought about creating some mechanism
> for auto registration of commands, but haven't gotten round
> to do something about it.
> Having only built one application using ARP, I couldn't
> really give them a satisfactory answer. Also, it's this
> persons first ARP application as well.
> Any thoughts?
> Chris Velevitch
> Manager - Sydney Flash Platform Developers Group www.flashdev.org.au
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