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ActionScript 3.0 enforces data types much more strictly than previous versions, and one of the most powerful tools in a strictly typed language is the interface. Developers often ignore interfaces, thinking that because they don t contain an implementation then they can t have much use. In fact, it is not uncommon to see an abstract class used without an interface to implement, even though the original intention of an abstract class was to provide a basic implementation of an interface. So what is the purpose of an interface The answer is simple: abstraction.
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When you design a class, you should always start thinking about it in terms of how it will be used by other classes. In other words, imagine you are using an instance of the class you are designing, and try to think of the ideal interface. The closer you are able to come to implementing this ideal interface, the less likely it will be that a change to a class will require a change to others. When you create this ideal design for the interface of your new class that will be used by other classes, you should make an interface to represent it. Your interface will reinforce this design for developers who wish to build a different implementation of the same class. Note that implementing an interface means the compiler will require that your implementation have a method with the same name and return value as that listed in the interface. It does not, however, require that you implement these methods in a functional way or that you don t add additional methods to circumvent the original intent of the interface. So when you use a class that implements an interface, you should refer to that class by the interface name, not the name of the implementation. For example, suppose you are creating a layout manager for an image strip based on the wireframe in Figure 16.3.
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FIGURE 16.3 Wireframe for an image strip
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The goal of a layout manager is simply to provide a position for a particular element in your list of elements. The results will be very simple for the wireframe in Figure 16.3, because the images have a linear progression, so the first element will have an (x, y) position of (0, 0), the second will have a (100, 0) position, the third will have a (200, 0) position, and so on. This hardly seems like an engineering problem at all. But how will this list behave if there are fewer than five images Also, when one of the images slides out of view, where does it appear to go How hard will it be for you to adjust your code if the wireframe is changed to Figure 16.4 after you re finished
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FIGURE 16.4 Updated wireframe that tests your code design
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Based on these questions, you may decide that a layout manager is in order. For this basic example there are three parts: The layout manager The position object The carousel that uses the layout manager The carousel does all the work of rendering the items and is responsible for interpreting the data coming in from the application model. It tells the layout manager what it needs to know about the list and expects to be able to retrieve a position for any item in the list. The first thing you do is to define what a position should mean, as shown in Listing 16.5.
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package org.airbible.vo { public class PositionVO { public var x:Number; public var y:Number; public var z:Number; public var width:Number; public var height:Number; public var visible:Boolean; } }
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For the manager itself, you decide that the least amount of information it needs to know is the length of the list being navigated through and which element in the list is in focus. With that information, it should be able to provide a PositionVO for every item in the list, and the interface will look like Listing 16.6.
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