[Arp] Arp use cases, case studies, success stories, etc.
sshrefler at gmail.com
Wed Jan 11 11:38:50 PST 2006
I'm going to attempt to port Tartan's ContactManager to ARP and use the
contact backend from Tartan. I'll let everyone know what I come up with....
On 1/11/06, Darron J. Schall <darron at darronschall.com> wrote:
> Sam Shrefler wrote:
> > Has anyone looked into the Tartan Framework to handles CF's inability
> > to pass VO's back and forth? Tartan seems to be able to translate a
> > CFC into an AS Object. I'm going to take a look and I'll attempt to
> > report my findings, but I'm still a little confused about all of this.
> There's an example in the tartan CVS that uses this approach:
> Contact (VO):
> (note how this uses the Contact as the type, instead of just using
> Contact (VO):
> ActionScript Code:
> So, I would guess that you can use Tartan to map CFC / VO (behind the
> scenes it probably just abstracts the _remoteClass / ASObject stuff
> out). However, all of the client side code in the contact manager
> sample doesn't strongly type any of the Contacts, so that defeats the
> purpose of using VOs in the first place.
> I don't have the time to dig into this anymore.. if anyone else does, a
> good sample app would be to use the tartan contact backend and rebuild
> the contact manager front-end using ARP, to put the CFC / VO stuff to
> Of course, this would mean that ARP has to endorse tartan when used with
> CF... My hope is still that the CFC / AS class mapping is transparent
> when using AMF3.
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