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Swiz - Good to work as Flex Framework
After using the Cairngorm framework for long time, when I am searching for a new framework for my current project I came accross the SWIZ framework which I think will make our lives bit easier, because it has some features which are very good and comfortable to handle.
1. Inversion of Control / Dependency Injection
2. Event handing and mediation
3. A simple life cycle for asynchronous remote methods
3. A framework that is decoupled from your application code
Though the framework is not as stable and mature that other frameworks used in Flex, still I found something very handy in Swiz in contrast to other major frameworks in Flex,
1. All Swiz expects you to do is define the Bean Config in the main Application file. After ofcourse dropping the .swc library in the ‘libs’ folder. There is nothing else you need to do, framework wise. Everything else is pretty much framework independent.
2. There are no imports required from the Framework source and the Events are native Flex Events.
3. The Event handling and Mediation leaves the developer with only the application logic to worry about rather than firing events and mapping them to commands etc.
You can get much on this from this link, http://swizframework.jira.com/wiki/display/SWIZ/Home
Do post your valuable comments on Swiz and ofcourse, if you find much more better framework for Flex.
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