Archive for July, 2010
Robotlegs & Signals: A Match Made in Heaven (19:00 – 20:00) – Conrad Winchester
Robotlegs is an Actionscript framework that makes it easier to write and maintain applications. It can use almost any design pattern for the application’s architecture but comes with a built in version of the Model, View, Controller and Service design pattern. This is called its MVCS reference implementation.
This talk will explore developing a small but real-world application using the Robotlegs Framework along with this MVCS implementation. We’ll look at how the architecture of the application can easily be split into separate layers that all have clear areas of concern.
The talk will also demonstrate how well Robotlegs integrates with AS3 Signals to produce what I believe is one of the cleanest application frameworks available to Actionscript developers at the moment.
Arduino & ActionScript (20:15 – 21:15) – George Profenza
This talk will be a quick intro into Arduino, sensors, actuators and communication with Flash. I will present the different options for creating visuals using data from Arduino and the pros and cons of working using Flash for this sort of projects. Hopefully, if the hardware won’t fail, we’ll have some nice demos.
Date: 26th August 2010 (26/08/2010)
Time: 19:00 – 23:00 (doors open at 18:30)
Venue: RGA, Level4, 42 St. John’s Square, London, EC1M 4EA
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