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Thu Mar 19 11:00:53 EDT 2009
On Mar 19, 2009, at 1:27 AM, Felipe López Toledo wrote:
> I see,
> is it really necesary to use AS 3?
> I have seen the examples and it didn't seem to use any AS3 relevant
> so, Gnash instead of Adobe player
> what about the compiler? MTASC http://www.mtasc.org/ or flashDevelop http://www.flashdevelop.org/
> or ....?
For developing flash you can also use haXe (GPL) to compile to SWF.
The haXe language is very very similar to ActionScript and can
interoperate with AS libraries. HaXe can also compile to php,
Also, if you just want to try writing some ActionScript without
needing to install anything check out: http://wonderfl.kayac.com/
> in the other hand, http://titaniumapp.com/
> >Add rich desktop capabilities to your apps using a simple
> *built-in database support <------------- ActionScript can not
> *application and system menu control
> *file system access <------------- ActionScript can not
> *desktop notifications <------------- ActionScript can not
> really attractive features. I think it is a very good bet. we should
> look it carefully.
> 2009/3/18 Bryan Berry <bryan.berry at gmail.com>
> On Wed, 2009-03-18 at 16:24 -0600, Felipe López Toledo wrote:
> > Hi Bryan.
> > "never bet against the browser" is absolutely true
> > true!
> > there than flash developers.
> > Heres is one flash developer. But I'm an open mind person, let's
> All those activities are in flash. The problem w/ gnash is that it
> doesn't support Actionscript 3 at all and probably won't for a long
> Bryan W. Berry
> Technology Director
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