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From Martin Heidegger>
Subject Re: [App-Example] Masuland - Login Example
Date Sat, 11 Feb 2012 16:14:44 GMT
Hello Sebastian,

to me it is far from odd that you use your example, after all you know 
it best.

It is a very good first step to have examples listed at one place.

Two things though: I think the "nano-patterns" and coding conventions 
should be listed
and explained on the wiki and not on an external link. I worry in 
general that people start
referring to their homepages and blogs for the examples and that we will 
loose them if
they shut down/change their system.

The other thing is the formatting: I think it could be explained easier 
with an ordinary table like:

|  Description (optionally linked to detail page) | Source-Link | 
Preview-Link | Patterns | File types  |

The big graphic was more confusing to me than not. Also we get a better 
overview as to which example
offers what.


On 11/02/2012 23:50, Sebastian Mohr wrote:
> I just wanted to mention that I was taking the initiative to add
> two more mailing-list tags to the "Getting Started" wiki page [1]:
> [EXAMPLE]  Discussion related to code in the SVN whiteboard
> [APP-EXAMPLE] Discussion related to code that illustrate how to build
> a real world Flex
> application
> I also created an "App Examples" wiki page [2] in which I have posted the
> links to my selfmade "Login Example". This might sound "odd" to some people
> that I am promoting my own code here in Apache Flex, but, I am hoping that
> others from the Flex community are taking over and work on even BETTER
> code examples like mine.
> With a page like this I am hoping that we could raise the quality of
> existing
> application code examples out there, so that Flex beginners and intermediate
> Flex coders can improve the quality of their code, and therefore, can work
> more
> time and cost effective when building large-scale Flex apps.
> -- Sebastian
> [1]
> [2]

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