My first brush with Cairngorm

So after reading “Professional Cairngorm” I decided that I would try using Cairngorm on my next project. Well that project is is the final stages of completion and I’d like to share my thoughts. The project was a dynamically driven Flex app embedded in a web-browser that could also run on AIR. The application was […]

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Security Sandbox Violation during run and debug after moving or copying a Flex project in Flex Builder

Ugh, this is one of those classic examples of getting sidetracked in your daily work because of some annoyances with Flex Builder. Today I copied an existing Flex Builder project in Eclipse to another directory (new renamed project). I then edited the project settings (renamed the project) before importing the new copied project into Eclipse. […]

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Book Review: Professional Cairngorm

This is a review of the book Professional Cairngorm by Jeremy Wischusen. When describing his motivations for writing this book the author tells a story about experience with Flex/AS3 development, but none of it using Cairngorm, then he had a job interview…. And in typical fashion, when he answered no to the “cairngorm experience” question, […]

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Easy Multipart file uploads / POSTs using URLStream or AS3HttpClientLib

When working on a cross runtime Zinc/AIR method method of posting files to a remote server, I came across Mike Stead’s URLFileVariable and URLRequestBuilder classes which makes the process of uploading multiple files (or ByteArray’s of data) via an HTTP POST much easier. Click here get his code The basic concept is this: assuming you […]

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Strange IMPORT failure in Spring AS

So I’ve started to think about splitting up the main applicationContext.xml file in one of my projects. The current one is getting quite large. Spring AS has the ability to import bean/object definitions from another XML file of your choice such as the following example where my context defines one object “yObject” and then declares […]

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