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From Gerald Hollinka <carioca...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: The future of Adobe AIR is right?
Date Sat, 25 Jul 2015 22:12:16 GMT
Hi Jeffry!!

Your sentence
 "I believe FlexJS is functional and you'll be able to use your existing
Flex in the transition to HTML(5) based apps."

is not enough. Your are our heroe.
So many developers all over the world believe in you. And all you could
express is ...

a very disappointent Gerry (Austria - Europe)

ps: Your are still my heroe!!!!!

2015-07-25 17:58 GMT+02:00 Jeffry Houser <jeffry@dot-com-it.com>:

>  For specific questions about Adobe AIR; you are going to have to ask
> Adobe.  You may start by looking here:
> http://www.adobe.com/devnet/flashplatform/whitepapers/roadmap.html .
>  64 bit support for Windows and Mac is listed.  in the "New Features"
> section; but no AIR version for Linux has been released later than version
> 3.
>  I believe FlexJS is functional and you'll be able to use your existing
> Flex in the transition to HTML(5) based apps.
> On 7/25/2015 10:06 AM, Udirley Otoni Pesse wrote:
>> Hello, I have several applications in flex which until then were being
>> executed by the browser, with the increasing bombing the flash player has
>> been suffering I find it very hard that it lasts for a long time, and for
>> this reason I'm switching to air adobe, so I no longer use the browser.
>> But me there arise some questions, which assures me that Adobe will
>> continue the AIR support?
>> There site for dounload can only download for Windows 32 and Mac. What
>> about Windows 64 and Linux. Am I following the right path?
>> I have many time s work and I can not lose them.
>> I have eagerly awaited by FlexJS, but I see that the project is still at a
>> very high level of development and has little documentation.
>> I'm being pressured to migrate to HTMH5 but I did not want to, I like the
>> Flex, but I am employee in a company do not know how long I'll be able to
>> hold.
>> I need to make a decision soon, and your opinions will count a lot in this
>> decision.
>> Adobe AIR will be kept? This is a sure future?
>> I migrate to AIR?
>> You can now use FlexJS?
>> In short ... I'm desperately trying to save years of work and my job.
> --
> Jeffry Houser
> Technical Entrepreneur
> http://www.jeffryhouser.com
> 203-379-0773

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