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Integrating Modules developed in Flex Environment

 
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Hi

I am developing Meter Module for our PowerSystems Software(Which in turn consists of other modules) which is being built on Flex Environment .

This Meter Module which i am develping consists of number of screens like

1. Meter Install
2.Some Search Screens
3.Meter Testing

Now i am planning build each of this screen as a Custom Component

Please tell me what is the best way to integrate all these Modules ??

Thank you .

 
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Integrate these modules with what?
 
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Actually what i want to ask is that ,

Should each Module also developed as a Custom Component only (As there should be only one Main Application.MXML file).
 
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There need not be one Application. Indeed its a good idea to componentize your Flash application, this way the client does not have to download the whole thing when they first access it.

Other than that consideration it does sound like seperate custom components make sense, but then you have a better idea of how your application logically hangs together so its your call really.
 
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Thank you very much .Its provided me good information.
 
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