[Arp] Is ARP too much trouble?
p.ginneberge at telenet.be
Wed Oct 12 16:16:40 PDT 2005
I more or less finished a Flash Panel (yesterday) that will create MovieClips in the library and fill in all the class stuff
(linkage id, AS2 class) and will also create the class files (.as) for you in a specified directory.
It doesn't do anything really fancy other than creating the 'Forms' needed for a new project as I found this to be a repetitive job
(and time consuming).
I'm not releasing the swf panel just yet as it still needs some fine-tuning.
I'll post a screen capture in a few minutes (flv encoding right now).
Won't do you much good if you're using Eclipse, but for those of you hooked on the Flash IDE, it might be of help.
I'll release it when ready ;-)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Aral Balkan" <aral at ariaware.com>
To: "General List for Ariaware RIA Platform users and developers" <Arp at ariaware.com>
Sent: Thursday, October 13, 2005 12:17 AM
Subject: Re: [Arp] Is ARP too much trouble?
> Hi Chris,
> I agree with some of what the person said:
> We definitely need a way to generate a stub application. A python script
> perhaps. I thought someone had something like this already... or was it
> that Python 20 minute video I was watching recently?
> Commands are definitely reusable. Perhaps the use of viewRef as the name
> of the reference to the event source is overly limiting. There's no
> reason why a command cannot invoke another command and set itself up as
> the event source by passing (this). The very reason Arp's commands have
> a reference to the event source is so that they can be reused.
> All the best,
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