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Subject [royale-docs] branch develop updated: Update migrate-from-flex.md
Date Wed, 24 Jan 2018 19:46:42 GMT
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     new 2d4762a  Update migrate-from-flex.md
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commit 2d4762acbf64472c651fcad314a4c245f04639e8
Author: Andrew Wetmore <andrew@cottage14.com>
AuthorDate: Wed Jan 24 15:46:40 2018 -0400

    Update migrate-from-flex.md
    
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@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@ title: migrate-from-flex
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 # Migrate from Flex
-If you have developed applications using Apache Flex, or Adobe Flex before it, your application
probably combines MXML and ActionScript files along with resources like images and audio files,
and some of the MXML files have <fx:Script> tags with ActionScript snippets in them.
If that is the case, you will find yourself at home working with Apache Royale. The big difference
is not so much the code you use, but the output and what it needs to run properly.
+If you have developed applications using Apache Flex, or Adobe Flex before it, your applications
probably combine MXML and ActionScript files along with resources like images and audio files,
and some of the MXML files have <fx:Script> tags with ActionScript snippets inside them.
If that is the case, you will find yourself at home working with Apache Royale. The big difference
is not so much the code you use, but the output and what it needs to run properly.
 
 It is not yet possible to just import an existing Flex application into Apache Royale and
then produce output in JavaScript that will run almost anywhere. However, you may need to
do less hands-on conversion than you think to get to where you can produce your application,
transpiled to JavaScript, through Royale.
 

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