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From Benjamin Povirk <Benjamin.Pov...@pop-tv.si>
Subject Re: Persistent Data
Date Tue, 28 Feb 2017 09:49:53 GMT
Im using a simple static variables in a class named AppVars for such "app lifetime" stuff :)
public final class AppVars
public static var CurrentUserPermissions:ArrayCollection;
... //more app static memory

and then using AppVars.CurrentUserPermissions in the application

On 28 Feb 2017, at 01:08, bilbosax <waspence41@comcast.net<mailto:waspence41@comcast.net>>

I have some components that I need to instantiate where a user will use
dropdowns and sliders and textinputs to choose values that they need to
search.  When the search begins, I want to destroy the components so that
they are garbage collected, but I want the values for the various inputs to
persist so that when I instantiate the component again, I can set it to it's
last values.  What structure do you guys like to use most to do this?  I was
considering Flex Globals, but I have heard there are more sound ways of
doing it.  Could you give me your suggestions? (i do not want to store them
in a sqlite database)


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