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eco_bach
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« on: July 20, 2009, 07:31:17 »

I understand there are several 'right ways' to organize your classes in a PureMVC, but I'm looking for general best practices to help when initially architecting an application.
For instance, I know I will need at least 3 different remote proxies for the app I am building. A UserProxy for registration and login, an UploadImageProxy for initial image upload(from the desktop), and a CreateImageProxy to save the modified image data to the remote server.
Does this imply I will need corresponding mediators, or is the mapping of proxies to mediators arbitrary? ie in the above example I was considering the following
- a 'header' mediator that houses global items and listens to 'login' events in a corresponding 'header' view, and then retrieves and interacts with the UserProxy.
- a CreateImage mediator which interacts with (directly or via commands) BOTH the CreateImageProxy and the UserProxy since this CreateImage mediator also contains- a registration form view component.

If I were to add a publicly viewable gallery view component, would that imply a corresponding GalleryProxy(to retrieve the images) as well as a corresponding GalleryMediator?
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« Reply #1 on: July 21, 2009, 07:51:52 »

No, the mapping of Proxies to Mediators is entirely arbitrary. One FishProxy and one LoafProxy could feed a multitude of hungry Mediators.  ;)

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