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From OmPrakash Muppirala <bigosma...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [website] Getting started page
Date Wed, 22 Nov 2017 16:42:35 GMT
On Nov 22, 2017 7:02 AM, "Carlos Rovira" <carlosrovira@apache.org> wrote:

Hi,

all you're completely right, I was a bit blind in this content and maybe we
could move that content to other website page and create new one with the
ideas you suggest here.

So for the content could be more of a hello world with steroids.

The first instructions to use Royale should be from NPM since I think is
the most quick and easy way to get Royale, right? The problem here's that
Om still need to create the NPM package. Do we know in which state are this
part?


I started working on the npm publishing scripts.  I hit a blocker because
we need to repackage Flex Falcon.  Please see the thread related to npm
publishing.

I agree that npm would the fastest way to get a working Royale app.

Thanks,
Om


Then we should put some quick example. Someone could provide what example
could be? It should be short, easy but powerful. I think it should involve
some MXML and AS3 in combination.

I could continue with HOME and FEATURES and wail for some of you that
provide with such example. What do you think?

Thanks!

Carlos







2017-11-22 9:58 GMT+01:00 Olaf Krueger <mail@olafkrueger.net>:

> From an app developer perspective, I also expect just instructions how to
> get
> started with the framework with minimal effort to be able to build my
first
> app.
>
> If I am interested in something new and don't be able to get in touch with
> it in a couple of minutes I probably would move on.
>
> So I also agree that the "Getting started" page should provide the easiest
> way to download the framework and work with it to be able to build the
> first
> app.
> I think it would be great to provide a bit more than a "Hello world" app
as
> an example.
> A simple one file app, but a smarter than "Hello world".
> Something that excites new users and encourages them to explore Royale
> more.
>
> I remember as I moved from HTML to Flex 10 years ago or so I was very
> excited how easy it was to build apps just with a bit of MXML and AS3. I
> think we need such a "WoW effect" with Royale.
>
> Thanks,
> Olaf
>
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> --
> Sent from: http://apache-royale-development.20373.n8.nabble.com/
>



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Carlos Rovira
http://about.me/carlosrovira

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