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From Brent Atkinson <brent.atkin...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Examples still using namespace.get() instead of @BXML
Date Mon, 06 Jun 2011 20:17:52 GMT
Oh, I would like to add that it wasn't obvious why the BXML code didn't work
without signing. Perhaps more prominent indication in the tutorials or BXML
primer would be good.

Brent

On Mon, Jun 6, 2011 at 4:15 PM, Brent Atkinson <brent.atkinson@gmail.com>wrote:

> I do not agree with this statement. It's more likely, new users will just
> use the public syntax by copy/pasting examples. If someone discards the
> framework based solely on that they aren't really all that competent to
> judge IMO. There is a whole section in the tutorial on BXML, so they aren't
> even looking seriously at the framework in that case.
>
> Out of the people I've been working with (all new to Pivot) they were more
> interested in how to create an application totally without BXML first. There
> is enough treatment of BXML to get that there is an easier/cooler way...
>
> Brent
>
>
> On Mon, Jun 6, 2011 at 2:17 PM, Edvin Syse <edvin@sysedata.no> wrote:
>
>>
>> Den 06.06.2011 19:57, skrev Greg Brown:
>>
>>  Think maybe I understand now.. it's because you want to set the stuff
>>>> extracted from bxml into private or package private members? Like:
>>>>
>>>> @BXML Object myObject;
>>>>
>>>> instead of
>>>>
>>>> @BXML public Object myObject;
>>>>
>>>> right?
>>>>
>>>
>>> Yes, that's right.
>>>
>>
>> Still, wouldn't it look prettier with "@BXML public Object myObject" in
>> the examples? Easier to explain the public than showing the ugly cast and
>> string lookup? :) I fair people will get the wrong impression and think
>> Pivot is clunky when they see the examples :)
>>
>>
>

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