A Single Link for MVCS Resources

February 14, 2008 on 5:33 am | In Flex, Programming | 3 Comments

A few folks have pointed out that it’s difficult to track down all the resources about my MVCS approach to building Flex applications. They were right, and in response I’ve consolidated everything into a single page accessible at this URL:

http://www.joeberkovitz.com/mvcs.

I’ve also included a few addenda to MVCS reflecting more recent thoughts and practices. As more materials become available, I will add them to the above location.

Thanks to everyone who prodded me into doing the right thing!

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  1. Hi Joe!
    Thanks for the great article and all you eforts. I posted some code for a RemoteObjectOperation class that Operation for folks that are not using HTTPService as demonstrated in the ReviewTube sample app. Anyone interested can find it here: http://blog.trilemetry.com/?p=32

    Cheers!

    Comment by Bob Batholomay — February 16, 2008 #

  2. Hi Joe,

    I’ve just been looking at your tutorial explaining MVCS and ReviewTube. I’ve done some similar work and was wondering if you maybe fancy tackling review tube again…

    Have a look at these:
    http://deceptiveresolution.wordpress.com/2008/10/02/an-idea-how-bbc-iplayer-could-allow-us-to-rate-content/

    http://www.mylivesession.com/prototypes/viewer_cinema_2_updated/

    http://www.mylivesession.com/prototypes/tvreviewfeedback/

    Comment by doug — October 19, 2008 #

  3. Heh heh — cute idea on the feedback slider. No, I don’t want to do review tube again though :) I’m too busy with Noteflight!

    Comment by joe — October 19, 2008 #

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