For a long time I have heard only good things about FlashDevelop. Today I decided to give it a try and now I want to use it all the time because it’s a wonderful IDE
So a question pops-up into my head:
Can we post files created only with FlashDevelop and Flex SDK or do we have to include FLA , so the user can compile the code in the Flash IDE ?
I know this question is for the support but I feel like a few more people use FlashDevelop here, so they might be interested in the answer.
p.s. I know that I can work in FlashDevelop and have a FLA where I can set my document class and all that stuff but I’m talking about a whole project based on FlashDevelop.
Here’s another issue I can think of: the [Embed()] metadata tag… when you want to embed a font
Maybe (just maybe) there should be another section for FlashDevelop. Like “File Types Included”: Icon for FlashDevelop project file or something like that.
I use FlashDevelop for coding all of my Actionscript, but I don’t make FlashDevelop projects, I just use .fla and .as files
I use it too… I’m working with “Flash Ide Projects” .. this way i code in it.. and the graphic clips are managed with Flash CS3 ide…
At the end the client won’t need the project file… just the .as and fla files…
Yeah, you’re right. I should stick with the FLA . Thanks for helping me realize that
But it’s such a shame cause FlashDevelop & Flex SDK is all you need to build a flash app and both are free and opensorce and FD is such a great IDE …
hey is their a way in FD that I can still do ctrl+enter to compile my movie and it switches over to flash or do I have to manually switch back every time and then do ctrl+enter