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Subject RE: How to prepare Apache Flex 5 to run in the new AVM in Flashplayer 12?
Date Fri, 16 Nov 2012 16:52:49 GMT

Of course, compile without depend on Air, will be great, also open new big doors like Windows
Phone or BlackBerry (not playbook), developing with the same code for that platforms, wowww.
Not is the same HTM5 and Native App, I thing the Native APPs never will dead.
Adobe Air 5 will have the ability to extend the platforms?

Franklin Garzón
Regional Development Manager

MCITP  Microsoft SQLServer

*Si el hombre dejara de aprender entonces dejaría de existir*

> Date: Fri, 16 Nov 2012 17:42:33 +0100
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> Subject: Re: How to prepare Apache Flex 5 to run in the new AVM in Flashplayer 12?
> i think we agree on this.
> actually, my first definition don't describe which platforms it should 
> targets.
> but yes flex definition includes the ability to target multple 
> platforms. And this goal will be greatly achived if it targets as much 
> playforms as possible.
> But definition of flex should not include the means used to achieve 
> that. Thats why i dont link flex definition to any Adobe technology, 
> runtimes or AS.
> and yes i agree that if flex achieve to be cross platform without Adobe 
> runtimes, it would be more safe for its future.
> Le 16/11/2012 17:28, Omar Gonzalez a écrit :
> >> "so you're not actually describing something that is under Apache Flex
> >> control"
> >> it would be the case if in fact i put Adobe runtimes in my definition of
> >> flex, which i don't.
> >>
> >>
> > The thread has gotten too long with responses that are even longer for me
> > to get everything straight.
> >
> > It sounded like you were including the ability to target multiple platforms
> > as part of the definition of Flex.
> >
> > Ideally that would be a great goal to have, I would just prefer that in the
> > future of Flex that the capability to target multiple platforms would not
> > come from relying on Adobe's AIR technology if it could be achieved by
> > other comparable open source means.
> >
> > -omar
> >
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