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From Alex Harui <aha...@adobe.com>
Subject Re: Flex 5 in haxe
Date Wed, 21 Nov 2012 22:57:26 GMT



On 11/21/12 2:51 PM, "Daniel Wasilewski" <devudesign@gmail.com> wrote:

> Apology for feel instead of fill a gap ;)
> 
> So once again, this is it, room of interpreters instead force people to
> learn Esperanto.
> the phrase 'For disposal of native speakers' could only attract more people.
> But the Flex itself as a framework should fill that gap imho. Make it
> more abstract, platform independent and preserve already accepted
> methodology.
> Is it possible to make it happen by implementing Flex in native
> platforms directly as a bare-bones?
A component is an encapsulation of code, and its API is its contract.  To
the extend that you can hide aspects of the target inside components and
fulfill those contracts, and to the extent that an application is an
assembly of components with some glue code, then yes.

For sure, you can't do everything you can do in Flash on other targets (or
it might be very hard or very slow), but the question is, for any Flex app
you built, how much Flash-specific stuff was truly required?  We may not
apply a blur to the background when an Alert goes up in the new framework,
but does that really matter?
> 
> Dan
> 
> On 11/21/2012 10:40 PM, Fr├ęderic Cox wrote:
>> On 21/11/12 23:29, "Alex Harui" <aharui@adobe.com> wrote:
>>>> I took a different approach. Instead of relying on generic compiler, my
>>>> goal is to implement a framework with a consistent set of rules, in
>>>> native languages and platforms.
>>>> Feel a gap in missing feature territory and encapsulate it in one place.
>>>> On top of that very abstract scripting language can be developed as
>>>> well.
>>> For me, AS3 is the key factor.  If you make folks learn a new language, it
>>> makes their set of choices much wider.
>>> 
>> I Agree, I also think AS3 => JS is the only real option we should pursue
>> if we want to maintain momentum on Flex for the wider audience of Flex
>> developers. They don't want to write in a new language because the chance
>> is higher that they will not choose Flex in that case. AS3 + MXML is key,
>> the output can vary (JS, SWF, ..)
>> 
>> 
> 

-- 
Alex Harui
Flex SDK Team
Adobe Systems, Inc.
http://blogs.adobe.com/aharui


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