right click is awesome
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^But now you can easily do stage.addEventListener(MouseEvent.RIGHT_CLICK, function (event:Event) and more like drop menu in flash cs6 ,not that i care much about it now .
Even so i am more impress about how fast they adapt AIR on the update, I am impress with their action regarding AIR after all the trash i say about them regarding flash and its 100% true, but regarding AIR i start to have lots of big hops mostly in the mobile sector.
It’s useful for creating games like half-life
^Dam uk man slowness come with age.
Yes but now you actually do it
Who cares about this:) html5 will take over the web anyway…
Not with mobile Tibe` .listing to Rimmon+ .
Think of this Tibe` let’s say you open a small studio you are looking for mobile developers you need 1 for android a good one will cost you $1000 a week before taxes, 1 blackberry developer a good one $600-$800 a week before taxes,1 for the ios objective-C master lets pay them more (you know it’s a brand ) $1300 a week before taxes.
Then you going to say yes but you have platform like titanium and with respect they are not that mature platform and base on js .
So now i can say hi Tibe` all i need is a good AIR developers with flex oriented skills (even so not a must) 1 platform for all easy as that save tons of money with left over to hire Marco for moral support .
Funny thing suddenly there is no more good flash/flex developers to hire you can come to the place i am right now on the spot $1000 a week for a “good” flex/flash/air developer with 1-2 years experiences.
Company like Myopia (http://www.mytopia.com/) struggling finding good flex/flash/air developers or like 888.com one of the biggest gaming company in the world can’t find good flex/flash/air developer for over a month ,now that is the real world .
If you think as a developer that in 4 years html5 will dominate in the mobile sector you have a long way to go my friend