Can you steer me on this?
Even – to let me know where to ask?
(I think all of the old Flash mailing lists are gone; although
I’ll try on the Apache Flex lists).
I have a (VERY LARGE) Adobe AIR app.
It is fairly complex; with local mobile-side databases; it syncs to
web-based databases; has voice-to-text features, Camera interfaces;
just all kinds of stuff.
Chunks of the app functionality is reused in supporting Flash-based
… I used the Flash cross-platform features to the fullest extent
The app is fully built in Adobe Flash Professional 6;
using pure AS3 Actionscript code – INCLUDING the setup and
placement of on screen fields. No MXML. I tried to stay away from
FLEX and FLEX SDK ties.
There are a couple of SWCS for some UI components; camera and sound
I need to anticipate Adobe pulling the plug on Adobe Flash Pro 6.
- Adobe Flash Pro HAS to connect to Adobe for licensing. - There are also a lot of steps to install Adobe Flash Pro and all pieces.
I do not want to use Adobe Creative Online.
(They lost me when they forced a service-based model)
How can I find out the steps, or even if it is possible,
to replicate the ability to compile my AIR code
using just the Flex compiler itself?
I greatly appreciate your help.