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Figure 7-1. Flex and Java integration analyzed via a 2 2 matrix that measures situations on strong typing requirements and data update frequency scales. Figure 7-2 analyzes the same situation using a different set of scales payload size and server-side refactoring complexity. Refactoring legacy server-side applications to work with rich clients can be a fairly complicated undertaking. In such cases, it s worthwhile to simply wrap the legacy functionality with a service layer and expose HTTP endpoints to access data. In other instances, the complexity isn t great and refactoring the server-side to work with remoting and messaging destinations is possibly a better choice. When starting from scratch, you always have the choice to design and architect a rich client s server-side counterparts with data services in mind. In most cases of large payload size, tighter coupling helps unless, of course, the effort in refactoring the server-side is so great that the costs involved outweigh any benefits from the tighter coupling.
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