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From Jason Gardner <jason.gardner...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Flex -> HTML, Linux and time to say goodbye?
Date Wed, 29 Feb 2012 03:06:57 GMT
>If linux is important to any more developers out there, it would be good
if you could voice your support.

Consider my support voiced.  I'd be glad to help with any Linux+Flex

>>For people whose business is selling Flex apps to Linux users, this is of
course very bad news.
>Do such people exist?

Yep, I was one of them.  The last company I worked for sold a digital
signage solution.  The "player", the device that attached to an LCD screen,
ran Linux and Flex/AIR.  We were stuck on AIR 2.6 after Adobe dropped
support for Linux, and since then, the company has gone with a completely
different technology.  Using anything other than Linux as the OS for the
player was not feasible, so, as a result, it's no longer Flex on those
thousands of units.  Although a smaller percentage, my current company is
also in need of having our AIR apps run on Linux.  AIR 2.6, coupled with a
bunch of native code, will probably get me by for a while.  Being able to
do my development on Linux (as well as being able to target
iOS/Android/Windows Phone/Blackberry) are the most important things for me
to continue developing with Flex.

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