I’m not a fan of computer generated code and native will alway win for performance sake.
This won’t strictly generate code, in fact:
“The Toolkit generates Dart code that represents items on the stage, symbols, images, and sounds in the library.
The Toolkit doesn’t translate ActionScript to Dart. Instead, developers write Dart code for the interactive parts of the content.”
It seems it is more a library asset generator.
Interesting news for Dart users out there (like me)...http://news.dartlang.org/2013/05/adobes-flash-pro-cc-exports-to-dart-and.html
It seems Adobe is trying to reinvent Flash Pro as an asset exporter platform
So if your PHP code accesses MySQL, just place static values instead of any PHP code and it should work. You don’t even need to change files’ “php” extensions, PHP file names can remain as they are.
Better use an .xml or .txt extension as Envato servers may exclude calls to .php files (even if static)
Good morning to you Eh, my wife gets up very early for work… so I have to
Regarding flash game and Adobe new direction i can say now for sure it’s a failure.
Well… I totally agree…
Me ? i just try to focuses more and more on the mobile world ,this is one sector i think i have the room to make good cash ….. But overall flash will be just a hobby for me as i am really trying to get out of the industry and do something else
Me too… That’s why I’m using my Flex knowledge to build tools that suit my new Android developing needs
I don’t touch flex anymore “fun” is not something that generate money for me this days . But you know i did a work today for a company, they ask me to do a vector banner animation in flash for their website, took me 90 minutes on the making and $160 work val` and it wasn’t fun at all for me ,more as a feeling i am doing 5 years old stuff again like back in the late 90s
At the moment I’m working on some ebooks made in Flex, that still generates some revenue for me, but I don’t know how long will it last
Still, I’ve heard in London there’s much request for Flex developers (banks, etc…). It seems no developer wants to risk on this technology anymore…