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From Carlos Rovira <carlos.rov...@codeoscopic.com>
Subject Re: Petition: Flash Catalyst must survive
Date Tue, 10 Jan 2012 18:09:54 GMT
Hi Doug,

I think spark is valid entirely without Fc. For me is one of the greatest
inclusions in Flex 4 since it changes the whole point of how to design and
program in Flex.

With Spark I removed the Presentation Model away since the AS3 view has all
the logic and the MXML represents it. All my code is skin oriented and is
really a pleasure. This is one of the things that make flex far away
javascript.

The only problem with spark right now is that need urgently to have some
core components that today are obsolete in MX.

DateField, DateChooser, Tree, and so on...

Hope it comes quickly as soon as possible since I needed like water! :)


2012/1/10 Doug McCune <doug@dougmccune.com>

> The saddest thing to me is how much time and effort went into building an
> entirely new (yet still incomplete) component model (Spark) that was built
> all around the idea of Catalyst. That's not to say that the Spark
> architecture doesn't have good ideas when you remove Catalyst from the
> picture, but the amount of time that went into designing it to work with
> the Fc tooling was all for naught. I have to believe many decisions would
> have been made differently, and a lot of time would have been invested
> differently had the Catalyst tooling support not been the priority.
>
> Personally I'm happy to see Catalyst go, and would have been happier to see
> it go long ago.
>



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