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From Cosma Colanicchia <cosma...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Actionscript workers and async locking?
Date Fri, 23 Mar 2012 13:19:13 GMT
Thank you for the suggestions, in fact I wrote some classes to help
managing a set of parallel/sequence remote invocations (e.g. lanch
multiple methods sequentially or in parallel, and notify me with the
results at the end).

However, the problem usually arise when the next invocation is based
on the result of the previous. In my experience, even a simple linear
algorithm (something like "if f(x) return g(x) else return h(x)" with
f, g and h being async operations) usually become more difficult to
read when async operations are involved. Without worker threads, I
understand the technical problem and accept the complexity.. with
worker threads available, it would be difficult to justify it.

I don't know in details the async chaining facilities of the framework
you mentioned, I'm looking into them, do you have any reference to
help me find them?


Cosma


2012/3/23 Robert Smith <robert@thedevprocess.com>:
> eems like most of your problem could be solved through code. When I'm
> bootstrapping an application, I use a task framework to handle multiple
> remoting calls. Most of them have asynchronous tasks. Cairngorm 3, PureMVC,
> and Robotlegs all have asynchronous task components available, and I imagine
> the problem has been solved in other frameworks as well. You usually end up
> with some main task class that has a list of subtasks, which can by
> asynchronous or synchronous, or run in sequence or parallel. PureMVC's
> implementation is particularly well done.

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