[Laszlo-user] Cairngorm for Laszlo?
Francisco Jose Peredo
fperedo at sefintab.gob.mx
Wed Apr 4 14:01:05 PDT 2007
Thanks, I would love to see an end-to-end application example (/LZX
client, Java server, with authentication and database storage/)
It would be specially nice, if an interactive "diagram2code"
http://www.cairngormdocs.org/tools/CairngormDiagramExplorer.swf could be
In fact, I am trying to build one, using LZX client, JSF or JSR-181,
with authentication and JPA for database storage, I am willing to help
create a Cairngorm
for Laszlo, but I think that is more a job for Laszlo experts...
David Temkin escribió:
> There is an end-to-end application example (LZX client, Java server,
> with authentication and database storage) and accompanying white paper
> on the way -- just weeks away! -- from Raju Bitter. I think that'll
> help you quite a bit. :-)
> If you're using PHP, this may be helpful:
> There is also a book in progress (Laszlo in Action) that will cover
> end-to-end application architecture. Parts of this book are now
> available on-line, but I'm not sure the early parts of the book are
> what you're looking for.
> - D.
> On Apr 4, 2007, at 12:03 PM, Francisco Jose Peredo wrote:
>> 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
>> 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
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