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From Roland Zwaga <>
Subject Re: Actionscript workers and async locking?
Date Mon, 26 Mar 2012 16:19:48 GMT
> > Suddenly you have a huge mess of callbacks you have to reorganize.
> No, I don't have a mess, I keep my code well organized. On the contrary,
> Spicefactory code is always a mess, from the very start and it's not
> possible to fix.
> What you call "very easily" is your perception of reality, because
> operating plain event handlers is, in fact, much easier then what Parsley
> offers.The very simple proof to it is the reduced code surface (when not
> using Parsley), improved intellisense (when not using Parsley), conscious
> and well accepted techniques employed for writing the code (bizarre / not
> idiomatic techniques are used in Parsley, they borrow heavily from other
> languages and environments, but are foreign to AS3 / Flash), improved
> debugging abilities (when not using Parsley).
> People often times want to believe every single thing written on the
> internet - Parsley advertising Parsley is just another random writing on
> the internet, as baseless and pointless as your next Myspace profile. This
> doesn't apply to Parsley exclusively. At the same measure it applies to
> every "microacitecture framework", because architecture cannot be canned in
> the form of a library that you plug to your project. You will get spaghetti
> code with or without using any "microacitecture framework" with exactly the
> same probability.

I thought this thread was about async programming and not about trashing
Seriously, the whole pro- or con- micro-architecture framework discussion
is rather
pointless, at the end of the day its a matter of preference.

Just my two cents...


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