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Refactoring a Controller Module, Part 2

Modifying the module for medication alerts

Issue: 16.5 (September/October 2018)
Author: JC Cruz
Author Bio: JC is a freelance writer based in British Columbia. He was a regular contributor to MacTech Magazine and Dr Dobb's Journal. Away from the writing pile, JC spends quality time with his nephew, as a proper uncle should.
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In part one of this article, I described how I split the medsLib module into two controller modules: one for alerts, another for data entry. I also described how I used the custom classes ModelSQL and ModelPred in the new data-entry module.

Now in part two, I turn my attention to the alerts module. My goals are still the same: incorporate ModelSQL and ModelPred, modify the workflow routines, and remove all extraneous code and resources.

Readers must have a working knowledge of REALbasic, SQLite and object-oriented design. The updated version of the demo project FooHealth (Mk131) is available from the magazine's website.

Examining the Controller Module

In Figure 1 is the "new" controller module medsAlert. This module was the original medsLib module, minus the parts that make up the data entry domain. What remains are those four parts that make up the alerts domain.

In the first part are the static resources, all of them constants. Some of the constants have a protected access state, others a private state.

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