Adobe Cairngorm Plugin

Posted: November 20, 2008 in Flex

For me, the Cairngorm Flex Framework has been a bit challenging. Keeping up on different frameworks and libraries for Flex, ColdFusion, JavaScript, etc. can be a bit daunting. So every bit of help is a blessing.

Adobe has released an Eclipse Cairngorm Plugin “that augments Flex Builder to provide tooling that improves productivity when developing Cairngorm-based RIAs.”

According to Adobe, “the initial focus of the Cairngorm Plugin is on the Controller. It aims to improve productivity by removing the repetitive action of creating a new Command and associated Event and adding them to the Controller.”

It provides a new class wizard for the following Cairngorm artifacts:

For me, the Cairngorm Flex Framework has been a bit challenging. Keeping up on different frameworks and libraries for Flex, ColdFusion, JavaScript, etc. can be a bit daunting. So every bit of help is a blessing.

Adobe has released an Eclipse Cairngorm Plugin “that augments Flex Builder to provide tooling that improves productivity when developing Cairngorm-based RIAs.”

According to Adobe, “the initial focus of the Cairngorm Plugin is on the Controller. It aims to improve productivity by removing the repetitive action of creating a new Command and associated Event and adding them to the Controller.”

It provides a new class wizard for the following Cairngorm artifacts:

  • Controller – creates a new Controller
  • Command – creates a new Event and a new Command and adds them to the Controller.

View instructions on how to install it.

Learn how to use it by viewing the documentation.

  • – creates a new Controller
  • Command – creates a new Event and a new Command and adds them to the Controller.

View instructions on how to install it.

Learn how to use it by viewing the documentation.

 

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