At 12/31/08 04:14 PM, SpamBurger wrote:
It's called PERSONAL PREFERENCE
It's called shut up and use Flex. :p
At 12/31/08 04:19 PM, Glaiel-Gamer wrote:
As an IDE though, the only thing wrong with flash's editor is the autoformat, everything else works as expected (although error reporting could be a little better).
The memory use, cache blows, gay project view, no build tasking, no class/symbol view.
Is there even a mac version of flashdevelop or haxe out there?
haXe is portable, FD is a Windows whore.
Is it possible to use those in correspondence with a library of graphics that an artist makes for you in flash without having to edit it?
haXe pretty much simply injects code in a given SWF so you can resolve linkage names or reflect across the display list.
Is using one of those easy for someone who doesn't know how to code at all to compile the code I give them?
You'll need some kind of build task, at the simplest a batch to grab the Flash graphics SWF and inject the code.