Parsley is an Application Framework for Flex and Flash Applications built upon an IOC Container and Messaging Framework that can be used to create highly. Parsley & framework for Flex/Flash/AIRAlexander BudjakovFlex [email protected] I recently had to knock up a demo Flex project using the fantastic Parsley framework from SpiceFactory. Having not used the framework before.

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I am very happy that I found this during my hunt for something relating to this. It lets a user enter text and press a button to submit. The Sitronnier blogginglemon examples had other technologies or unneeded features cluttering the code and was devoid of any substantive elaboration. Parsley is initialized in the preinitialize event of the application.

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Here is the main application file for the inSync application. Hi This article is very informative. There are three model files in this application.

Using Flash Builder you mean? Stack Overflow works best with JavaScript enabled. Let me frameworkk my own question: You do this by using Parsley’s ContextBuilder tag as follows: Hope it will always be alive! Example is as follows: This part is clear.

It all looks good, except that this line bugs me: In the example, config. A pair of metallic gold or silver toned sandals would be glamorous, and go frameworrk with everything. This is excellent example to learn Parsley in seconds.

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I used to be able to find good advice from your blog posts. It’s remarkable for me to have a website, which is valuable for my knowledge. We are a collection of volunteers and starting a new project in a community in the same niche. That event is defined as a managed event using the ManagedEvents annotationmeaning that the framework will make sure that all the parties interested in that event will receive it. I did appreciate these SWCs also being included in the downloads from the Parsley download page.

It would be helpful if you share your code with me. Well time to fill it up with: The initialized variable then can be used by code dependent on the model to know it is loaded and firing. I’m impressed, I must say.


There is no messaging included here.

Here is my web page: Wow that was strange. You can build this with the free Flex SDK by using the code in the src folder and be sure to include a path to the Parsley and Spicelib library.

The Sitronnier examples are linked out of the Parsley documentation and are worthwhile bookmarking to review parslwy you get your feet wet.

Im having difficult getting Message Handlers. This is very well explained. It sort of feels that you are doing any distinctive trick. The problem is something which too few men and women are speaking intelligently about.

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I’m trying to find a template or plugin that might be able to fix this problem. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. My web-site what types of chiropractic care are there. I decided to break down the Parsley framework for Flex and Flash projects.

You initialize the Parsley framework using the ContextBuilder class corresponding to the configuration approach you chose.