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From Sebastian Mohr <flex.masul...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: FXG to SVG - working example
Date Fri, 15 Mar 2013 16:30:54 GMT
Thanks Om,

Didn't expect that the FXG to SVG interoperability could be so simple. Will
think about its implications :)


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On Fri, Mar 15, 2013 at 12:03 PM, Om <bigosmallm@gmail.com> wrote:

> I quickly whipped up a proof of concept proving the FXG to SVG
> interoperability.
>
> The working demo can be found here:
> http://people.apache.org/~bigosmallm/fxg2svg/svg.html (Tested to be
> working
> fine on Chrome 25, Firefox 19 and IE 10 on Windows)
>
> I did not have time to write a stylesheet, so I hand created a simple SVG
> element based on an FXG element.  I chose the most basic element: "Rect"
> which is available as "rect" in SVG.  Once I had the basic set up working,
> all I had to do was modify the svg's attributes using Javascript.  This
> happens during runtime, but we could totally move this to the compilation
> stage.
>
> As you can see, I have proven that rendering fidelity can be achieved using
> this route.  At the same time, this can be plugged into the AS to JS
> translation piece that Mike, Erik, et al. are working on.  From what I see
> in that project, there is no faithful rendering solution (yet)  You
> probably discussed about rendering that I might have missed.
>
> When I get some more time, I will start fiddling with more and more FXG
> elements and see how SVG handles them.  At some point, writing a stylesheet
> would be more efficient.
>
> Just right click either the Flex app or the HTML content to view the source
> of both.  Comments and suggestions for improvement highly appreciated.
> This is a very basic demo, dealing mostly about rendering fidelity. But
> IMHO, this unleashes a ton of possibilities.
>
> (And no, FXG is not dead - yet.  ;-) )
>
> Thanks,
> Om
>

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