As I discussed previously, caching can have it’s advantages. Â It makes referencing objects and binding much more straight forward. Â Unfortunately, it comes at a performance cost. Â Since I’ve been using caching, there are some important things to keep in mind when you use caching to make sure your data sticks around and your performance doesn’t suffer any more than it has to. Continue reading More thoughts on caching in Flex
The project I’ve been working on for a while now uses caching. Â This means that the application will store the objects returned from the server in a DataCache and anytime objects are returned from the server, they are synced with the DataCache. Continue reading Some thoughts on caching objects in Flex
In this article, I’m going to discuss four considerations for developing high quality custom components:
Using these considerations, you’ll be able to develop more professional, usable components. Even if I don’t think I will use my component in another project, I like to use these principles.