[Laszlo-user] Cairngorm for Laszlo?
Francisco Jose Peredo
fperedo at sefintab.gob.mx
Wed Apr 4 12:03:00 PDT 2007
What is Cairngorm?
The Cairngorm Microarchitecture is a lightweight yet prescriptive
framework for rich Internet application (RIA) development.
Cairngorm is an implementation of design patterns that the consultants
at Adobe Consulting have successfully taken from enterprise software
development (with technologies including J2EE and .NET) and applied rich
Internet application development using Adobe Flex.
I would love to see something like this, but for Laszlo... is there
anything like it?
(Please, don't get me wrong, I would prefer to use Laszlo than to use
Flex, but I am finding it hard... because I can't find
"close-to-realworld-application-examples", or books, and the examples in
the documentation are good for simple introduction to concepts, but I cant
find any "architectural example", something that helps me understand how
to build an infrastructure around which an application can hang, a
generic starting point for the technical architecture of my applications)
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