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1  Announcements and General Discussion / Getting Started / What should I mediate? on: February 02, 2009, 11:38:54
Hi all,

First time user of PureMVC, I've just succeeded in getting Zend_Amf to work with a test Flex project.

Scenario:
I'm building an application in which, datagrid are loaded within tabNavigators.  There are 2-3 tabNavigators, so there can be multiple datagrids showing at the same time (the selection in one will affect the dataProvider for the others).
Example: Selecting a row in datagrid1 (in tabNavigator1) will update the tabNavigator2.  Once tabNavigator2 is updated, the user will select a tab and datagrid2 will be displayed with informaion pertaining to the selected row in datagrid1.

Question:
What should I be creating Proxies and Mediators for exactly?  Should each datagrid have its own Mediator?  Same for the tabNavigators?  Should I only create Mediators for the tabNavigators?  Should I create Proxies based on the PHP service I'll be calling? (ie: one Proxy for each remote service?)

Sorry for the very noobish question, but I can't seem to get my head around what level the PureMVC is supposed to tie to.

Thanks!
-frag
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