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From Martin Heidegger>
Subject Re: Red Tamarin ( Rocking Flex on CLI )
Date Sat, 21 Jan 2012 06:24:16 GMT
Photoshop, Chrome and Firefox are applications not written in AS3 ... 
that does not mean AS3 is useless. Having server and client code written 
in the same language can remove a lot of hurdles.

Aside from that, executing code in command line can be useful for AS3 
shells (presentations, quick&dirty tests,..), unit test codes etc. where 
one doesn't need a UI.

Also, who knows, maybe tamarin will once be a reasonable alternative to 
application servers.


On 21/01/2012 10:49, Nicolas COQUELET wrote:
> stupid question,
> why use as3 at server side where others do better ?
> when our goal is to bring flex on currently usable use cases,
> isn't it?
> :/
> 2012/1/20 Omar Gonzalez<>
>> It executes headless as3 on the command line. You can build backend
>> applications with it.
>> -omar

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