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Cairngorm Flex MVC architecture goes open source

Adobe is putting  more and more attention to the open source. And now it's the turn of the Cairngorm micro architecture for Flex development. I'm a user of Cairngorm since the beginning so it's great to see that Cairngorm's source code is available in a subversion repository and with a JIRA bugbase.

If you don't know what Cairngorm is, it's a lightweight MVC architectural framework around which to build Rich Internet Applications with Adobe Flex or Adobe AIR (Alister McLeod gave a perfect definition for that). So if you are a Flex developer and you like to follow best practice in Flex development, make your code easier to read, more robust and reusable, Cairngorm is one of the choice (I'm also liking PureMVC very much these days). We spend an entire day to teach how to use Cairngorm in  enterprise Flex development  in our two Enterprise Flex 3 courses:

Grat job Adobe Consulting and thank you !
Read the Alister and Steve's blog post about Cairngorm Open Source

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