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Gain hands-on experience with PureMVC, the popular open source framework for developing maintainable applications with a Model-View-Controller architecture. In this concise guide, PureMVC creator Cliff Hall teaches the fundamentals of PureMVC development by walking you through the construction of a complete non-trivial Adobe AIR application.
Through clear explanations and numerous ActionScript code examples, you’ll learn best practices for using the framework’s classes in your day-to-day work. Discover how PureMVC enables you to focus on the purpose and scope of your application, while the framework takes care of the plumbing in a maintainable and portable way.
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A campaign for the theatrical release of Big Mommas House 3. The campaign was part of a week long advertising take over of the national UK newspaper The-Sun.co.uk ‘s website and a Facebook tab to complement the rest of the marketing surrounding the film.
Craig Beswetherick of Grindhead Games recalls, "During development I had the joy of working again with a certain mr Robert Turrall who developed a PureMVC framework to handle the nuts and bolts of putting the project together. I am a fan of PureMVC myself and I do prefer to work with a framework you are familiar with."
Create songs or lessons with tablatures, notes, chords and lyrics. Embed Video. Share your project for other music lovers. Asked about the peculiar name of the app, author Stephen Shulz said 'If you look at the letters as shapes, they resemble the rewind, play, and stop buttons of an audio playback transport'.
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This site for the swiss ski resort LAAX was developed by Assai, an advertising agency in Switzerland. A full flash e-commerce platform connected to a typo3 backend. The underlying framework for the front end is PureMVC. Sam Sherbini at Assai says "We are all very proud of the outcome and loved working with PureMVC. It definitely played a major role in the success of the project. And although this was the first time for me to work with this framework, i can no longer imagine doing without it, and full heartedly recommend it to anyone wanting to do some serious coding!"
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A game/promo/social networking application for Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit Issue. Built on the Adobe Flex platform, "One Shot" proves that a robust, powerful development environment can enable truly immersive user media experiences that seamlessly flow into the existing online social space. The core code engine utilizes the PureMVC framework with loosely coupled components built and compilied with Flex SDK 3.5 and harnesses Flash 10's 3-D capabilities. Other frameworks used include PureMVC MultiCore Pipe Utility, AS3CoreLib, SpiceLib, Tweenlite, TweenMax, and Second Thought's proprietary Flex and AS3 library. The stills are captured from video on the fly, meaning an effectively limitless range of images is possible. The user-captured stills are JPEG-encoded on the client side and uploaded via multi-part POST's using Second Thought's custom media-sharing API. The persistent user-generated content is then socially shared via Gigya WildFire and Facebook Connect.