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From Piotr Zarzycki <>
Subject Re: Adding more than one bead of the same type to strand
Date Mon, 22 Oct 2018 23:21:32 GMT
Hi Carlos,

The one think which come up to my mind are interfaces. What if your new
model - bead - will have different interface implemented. Adding it by
addBead should work...


On Tue, Oct 23, 2018, 12:14 AM Carlos Rovira <>

> Hi,
> I'm using the bead system a lot in my app, and is very powerful, but I have
> some case that I'm not sure how to deal with:
> Let's say I migrating some business logic separated in different classes
> for example some Model classes (IBeadModel), some controllers
> (IBeadController)
> that manages the business logic of the application and communicates with
> the server. I'm configuring those beads through CSS
> Many times, one component, form or view (here the strand) has one
> IBeadModel, and one IBeadController among other beads, but other times a
> the strand would need more than one IBeadsModel and IBeadController (so a
> for example a view is managing more than one entity and its relations so
> each entity is separated in different classes as usual), and I think if I
> setup a bead of a concrete type and then use "addBead" to add other, the
> latest removes the older one. So we can't have mode than one bead of the
> same type.
> Is this right? If so, how to deal when we have more than one bead of the
> same type and we want to access any of them?
> --
> Carlos Rovira

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