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Ondina
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« on: June 11, 2009, 02:12:54 »

It might be a good habit for the users of this forum to take a look at  the “Home” (http://puremvc.org/component/option,com_frontpage/Itemid,1/) section of this website from time to time. There you can find interesting and useful announcements and info, such as the one about  the http://www.puremvc.tv/  project.

Cliff, I don't know which word to use to better describe that project and its future capabilities. I could just say: GREAT. But it wouldn't be enough, so I suggest you think of all the positive(good) superlatives, and  all of them would do a good job in describing the content and the value of the project.
I'm very impressed and thankful.

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« Reply #1 on: June 11, 2009, 10:32:58 »

Thanks for the kind words, Ondina. I know that it's been a long time coming, particularly the promised StateMachine presentation, which turned out to be the longest one of them all. I had to put a lot of things on hold to bash through it, but it feels great to be at a resting point with it. Ultimately, I want to package MediaTurbine and make it available so that people can make their own sites with it, but we'll see. Ultimately it should be able to handle video and interactive components as visualizers in addition to the slides used on PureMVC TV and the spectrum analyzer used on the Sea of Arrows site.

BTW, note that the StateMachine is currently officially at 1.1, but the entry guard capability is in 1.2, which is working and in the trunk of the repository. I should have 1.2 published this week if the planets line up.

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« Reply #2 on: April 15, 2010, 03:23:58 »

What's going on with MediaTurbine?
I'm developing something roughly similar but being new to flash, haxe, and puremvc I'm kind of slow!
Right now I've just finished porting StartupManager to haxe but there's more plumbing and testing needed before I could release it.
Having MediaTurbine as an example would really help for the plumbing!
Cheers for all your work.
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« Reply #3 on: April 16, 2010, 02:52:48 »

On a point of information - maybe you know already, maybe you don't: in the PureMVC Actionscript world, the StartupManager utility has evolved into the Loadup utility
http://forums.puremvc.org/index.php?topic=1397.0
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« Reply #4 on: April 16, 2010, 03:04:39 »

Yeah, sorry I meant the loadup utility which I ported to haxe. It compiles but I still need to validate it...
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« Reply #5 on: April 16, 2010, 11:24:23 »

What's going on with MediaTurbine? Having MediaTurbine as an example would really help for the plumbing!

MediaTurbine is yet another project that works and is in the queue to have something done with I haven't quite decided what yet because there are a ton of other projects ahead of it.

You can see the source code that it was based upon on the Sea of Arrows site:
http://seaofarrows.com/srcview

Sea of Arrows was built quickly as the basis for a talk, so it wasn't really meant to be reused. But, when I got the idea to do PureMVC-TV, it only took a day or so to turn it into the common library that drives both Sea of Arrows and PureMVC-TV. The main difference to the code is that the visualizers have become interface driven to support different types. This greatly increased the code separation and modularity between the visuals core and the playback core.

The plumbing and the state machine logic are essentially unchanged, so you should be able to glean a little from it.

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