Entries Tagged as 'Examples'

Resources by Peter Andreas Molgaard

Peter Andreas Molgaard has been writing posts, examples, extensions and giving presentations about Mate. Very good resources and fun presentations. Thanks Peter!

A fun way to open a native window in AIR with MATE

MATE CacheSetter.. a quick and dirty introduction

Invoking the Flex Compiler from Adobe AIR… with Merapi and the Flex Compiler API

FlashCamp Sofia 2009… Presentation

FC / FB Workflow Optimizer… sources available

Mate… StopAndDispatchHandlers Extension

Mate… Lightweight Schedule Extension

Flash Catalyst / Flash Builder Workflow Optimizer

Mate… the true story behind the name

Sample application by Simon Gladman

Simon Gladman has posted a sample application he created. He explains the application and how he implemented it in his introductory post. Source code is available.

FrameworkQuest 2008 Part 5: Mate, the Pure MXML Framework

Tony Hillerson at InsideRIA has written an article on Mate as part of a series comparing Cairngorm, Mate, PureMVC, and Swiz. A good read and interesting comparison on a Twitter application written all four frameworks.

LiveCycle Mate example

Shone Sadler from Adobe has created an example that uses LiveCycle ES and Mate. He showed the demo at MAX 2008. I don't know if the slides are available, but the application can be downloaded from his blog.

New Mate examples and extensions project

Theo Hultberg has created an open source project to share examples that use Mate and extensions for Mate.

He has already added a great example called "Document Based" that takes advantage of the new LocalEventMap tag. He has written a walkthrough for his example and more information, all worth reading.

Not only he created the application, showing some key features and best practices, including how to use the Presentation Model pattern, but he also created a set of tests. Those tests cases show how you can test your Flex application, and how Mate makes it easier to write tests because it encourages developers to write decoupled applications.

Thanks to Theo and we hope you find it useful and contribute your own examples.