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From Christofer Dutz <christofer.d...@c-ware.de>
Subject AW: [ANNOUNCE} Apache FlexJS 0.7.0 and Apache Flex FalconJX 0.7.0 Released
Date Fri, 23 Sep 2016 14:14:56 GMT
Is it possible that we never sent this to announce?


Von: Alex Harui <aharui@adobe.com>
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 15. September 2016 19:25:00
An: dev@flex.apache.org; users@flex.apache.org
Betreff: [ANNOUNCE} Apache FlexJS 0.7.0 and Apache Flex FalconJX 0.7.0 Released

The Apache Flex community is pleased to announce the release of Apache
FlexJS SDK 0.7.0 and Apache Flex FalconJX Compiler 0.7.0.

Apache Flex is a highly productive, open source application framework for
building and maintaining expressive applications that deploy consistently
on all major browsers, desktops and devices (including smartphones,
tablets and tv).

Apache FlexJS is a next-generation Flex SDK that enables developers to use
MXML and ActionScript to not only create SWFs but also cross-compile the
same MXML and ActionScript to HTML/JS/CSS so applications can run natively
in browsers.  The cross-compiled code can also be used in Apache Cordova
(Adobe PhoneGap) mobile applications.

Apache Flex FalconJX is a next-generation MXML and ActionScript
cross-compiler.  It extends the next-generation SWF compiler known as
Falcon.  Both are contained in the release package and are used by the
FlexJS package to compile SWFs or cross-compile to HTML/JS/CSS.

This is the fifth release of FlexJS and FalconJX.  It is ‘beta'
quality.  In this release, all of the compiler JARs and framework SWCs are
also available as Maven artifacts making it the first version of any Flex
SDK to support Maven.  Maven can even be used to build the sources and
examples.  See the various pom.xml files included in the artifacts.

In addition, the JS output also includes source maps so you can see your
ActionScript source in the browser debugger.  Also, there is more support
for using ActionScript to create NodeJS modules, and you can now use a
subset of E4X in your cross-compiled applications.  See the RELEASE_NOTES
files in the artifacts for more information.

The purpose of this release is to gather feedback about the
features and implementation strategies, and recruit new contributors as we
grow these code bases into an SDK and tool chain that delivers the highest
productivity developing applications that can run in the most places.
These releases may not handle production needs.  Expect lots of bugs and
missing features.  Please file bugs at:

Apache Flex - ASF JIRA<https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/FLEX/>
Everything you need to know about how your project is running is tracked on this page. As
your project evolves, the information will be updated. Use the ...

For questions about how to use FlexJS and FalconJX, send email to
users@flex.apache.org.  Please try to prefix the subject with [FlexJS] or
[FalconJX] so it is clear the questions refer to this release and not the
Flex SDK and MXMLC compiler.

For questions and feedback on the development of the source code in these
release, send email to dev@flex.apache.org.  Again, please prefix the
subject with [FlexJS] or [FalconJX].

Apache FlexJS and Apache Flex FalconJX are available in source and binary
form from the following download page:

When downloading from a mirror site, please remember to verify the
downloads using signatures or MD5 hashes.

A simple way to try these releases is to use the
InstallApacheFlex 3.1 or 3.2 application which is available at the
following url:

Choose Apache FlexJS 0.7.0 and it will create an Adobe Flash
Builder-compatible SDK that uses the Falcon and FalconJX compilers to
generate SWFs and HTML/JS/CSS output.  You can also use FDT as your IDE
for developing FlexJS applications.  Some folks have been successful
using IntelliJ, FlashDevelop as well.  Moonshine is also working on
FlexJS support.

Apache FlexJS 0.7.0 is also available as a npm package. On a system with
npm installed, users can easily install FlexJS with the command: "npm
install flexjs -g".

See the README or the FlexJS wiki for more information.  The FlexJS
section of the wiki is at the following


For more information on Apache Flex, visit the project home page:
http://flex.apache.org <http://flex.apache.org/>

Please try FlexJS and become involved in shaping the future of Flex.

The Apache Flex Community

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