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From jude <>
Subject Re: [ROADMAP] Apache Flex Steering Survey - Squiggly and Gravity
Date Mon, 06 Aug 2012 00:41:13 GMT
Yeah, it's Monocle. OK I just saw the your post on Gravity further down. I
could use something like this on a project I'm working on now.

On Sun, Aug 5, 2012 at 11:36 AM, Keith Sutton <> wrote:

> Good on Squiggly Jude, Gravity below, can't find anything on Telemetry -
> did this become Monocle?
> On 8/5/2012 1:27 AM, jude wrote:
>> Squiggly is an Action Script spell checking library for developers who
>> work
>> in Adobe® Flash® Professional, Adobe Flex® Builder™, or other IDEs that
>> support ActionScript. The Squiggly package contains six .swc files – three
>> of which integration convenience classes called SpellUI, one for Flex 3,
>> another for Flex 4, and a third one for TLF. [0]
>> I don't know what Gravity is either. Is it Telemetry? BTW What happened to
>> Telemetry?
> Gravity
> "The ADEP Client Component Framework (codename Gravity) is an ActionScript
> library that takes the concepts of OSGi and applies them to ActionScript.
> It provides a module and/or plugin architecture in which individual pieces
> can be added and removed seamlessly. The Gravity SDK comes with the es-sdk
> package for Experience Services. The parts become much more independent of
> each other allowing easier integration of content from different teams or
> repurposing of existing content. It makes it easier to have a library of
> parts that are put together as needed for applications."
> **services-client-component-**framework-gravity/<>
> HelloGravity Sample Application:**
> gravity/2011/09/09/**hellogravity-sample-**application/<>
> Video tutorials:
> 4vot_ipxZ7CBJutw&index=7&**feature=plcp<>
> 4vot_ipxZ7CBJutw&index=6&**feature=plcp<>
> 4vot_ipxZ7CBJutw&index=5&**feature=plcp<>
> A similar framework is Potomac: http://www.potomacframework.**org/<>
> The Potomac Framework for Flex is:
>     A modularity framework inspired by OSGi
>     A UI composition framework that pulls user interface ‘parts’ together
> to form applications
>     A general purpose business application framework (providing reusable
> features for business applications)
>     A dependency injection framework
>     An extensible metadata processor with reflection support

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