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From Omar Gonzalez <omarg.develo...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Adobe / Apache / Spoon Flex Tour
Date Wed, 15 Feb 2012 17:37:30 GMT
On Wed, Feb 15, 2012 at 9:10 AM, Dimitri k. <koro@noos.fr> wrote:

>  >The biggest news from Adobe was that the next major release of Flash
>>> >builder
>>> >will not have Flex support.
>>> Can you elaborate on this? Now I'm using Flex to create mobile apps in
>>> FB4.6, this will not be possible in the future?? I don't understand this
>>> comment at all.
> Here's a recording of the meeting:
> http://www.ustream.tv/**recorded/20432301<http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/20432301>
> I found 2 mentions: 0:25:29 and 0:42:48
> I hope the Flash whitepaper that Mike Chambers is currently writing and
> that should be available next week (or the one after) will provide some
> clarity.
> The speaker seems to be not that confident about what he knows IMHO...
> Dimitri K.

I wouldn't hold my breath. The paper will probably be confusing, short on
detail, and most likely just some hot air. The only thing that is clear to
me is that Adobe has not learned a single lesson from November as they
continue to spread confusion and unclarity to their so called customers. I
have written off Adobe for any kind of support to Apache Flex in my mind.
Until they prove things with actions I really don't want to hear much that
they have to say at this point. The Flash whitepaper is yet another example
of how they don't seem to take anything they say seriously. They promised
that paper in early February, its mid February now and they have now said
they'll talk about it at the end of the month. With every statement they
make their credibility goes further and further down the toilet. Its


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