stephenREVOLUTION2 at barncard.com
Thu Mar 31 00:11:20 EDT 2011
Trevor Devore's GLX Application Framework does that exact thing, and calls
it broadcasting. It's at least as innovative as his SQL Yoga or the
Datagrid he designed for Runrev. However, I think you are talking about
web-based concepts, and Trevor's framework is for the desktop builder.
On 30 March 2011 20:49, Todd Geist <todd at geistinteractive.com> wrote:
> Thanks everyone for answering my earlier questions on adapting MVC to rev.
> I have moved on to one more. Although this one isn't really MVC.
> A couple of the frameworks I have used have a concept called "data
> This usually means something along the lines of when one property changes
> another property is automatically updated. The two properties are said to
> be "Bound". I like this concept and it seems like something that could be
> useful to Live Code.
> It seems that you could broadcast the change of a property of an object.
> other objects could listen for that change, and update themselves
> Again, in effort to avoid re-inventing the wheel, I am curious if there any
> one has tried this sort of thing and if it proved useful.
> Todd Geist
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