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From sébastien Paturel <>
Subject Re: Flex 5 in haxe
Date Sat, 17 Nov 2012 15:13:15 GMT
maybe there was a misunderstanding here justin.
i was talking about HTML5 performances, not Flex.

so my question is:
can flex outputed to HTML/JS perform as good as flex outputed to flash 
maybe i could ask it another way: can the next flex (re written) 
outputed to HTML/JS perform as good as current flex outputed to flash 
If not, i would conclude that the use of Apache Cordova is not a good 
solution as a path to get rid of Adobes runtimes dependency.

Le 17/11/2012 15:54, Justin Mclean a écrit :
> Hi,
>> What i read here and there is that the performances are poor.
> Don't believe everything you read. Performance is good for most use cases. Can you write
60 fps full 3d games will millions of polygons on the screen at once in Flex? Probably not
but then that's not what it's for. There were some  performance issue on mobile (scrolling
big lists for instance) but that was greatly improved in Flex SDK 4.5 and 4.6 releases (and
newer versions of AIR).
> I really can't see any JS/HTML performing any better in the same situations where Flex
has issues.
> Thanks,
> Justin

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