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Nice diagram. I would just replace "tools" by "return of experience", or "recommended tools"
Just out of curiosity, what did you do this diagram for ?
Thanks for your comments, we have 7 to 8 architects with 18 flex developers. In order to understand the difference between cairngorm 2 vs cairngorm 3 direction, I wanted to come up with a very high level diagram that could let our architects/developers understand how cairngorm 3 is different than cairngorm 2.
I know there are lots of writing about cairngorm 3 but in my opinion simple 1 page picture says 1000 words and really stick to the minds.
Basically we are evaluating different flex frameworks and our architects/developers have been utilizing cairngorm 2 for past 8 years without understanding why are they using cairngorm2 . Recently we are starting a very big new project and we have taken back seat and are going to evaluate the following flex frameworks that can very well integrate with LCDS Data Management Service with SQLITE:
5. Understanding of Caringorm2 (which is currently being used) vs cairngorm 3 (whose fetures could be utilized by using any 3rd party frameworks)
Please provide more comments and also please let us know your perspective of which framework best fits with LCDS DMS integration. In addition I am planning to develop a proof of concept application with all of the above frameworks with LCDS Data Management Service.
I am evaluating frameworks as well for a new project that will probably have around 40 views. I am leaning towards RobotLegs but we have also used Cairngorm2 for smaller projects with less than 10 views.
Do you mind sharing what you chose and why?
@JimBrychka ... here are some code examples which compare Cairngorm 2, Mate, Robotlegs, Parsley, Spring AS and Swiz:
Hopefully this makes your decision easier
Thanks, have you used Cairngorm 3?
If you check the Login Example I have used some Cairngorm 3 libraries:
I have also added a simplified Domain-Driven-Design code example which the Cairngorm 3 spec recommends: