Re: [flexcoders] Re: The lifespan of flex.

2010-07-14 Thread Wesley Acheson
Thanks for your responses everyone. I was able to put this issue to sleep so to speak. I did quote the standardisation of flash as a strong point plus a few other points. On Mon, Jul 12, 2010 at 4:26 PM, Netaman rtigr...@gmail.com wrote: The question you have to ask is how long will HTML5 be

[flexcoders] Re: The lifespan of flex.

2010-07-12 Thread Netaman
The question you have to ask is how long will HTML5 be supported before HTML6-8 takes over the browser, also it looks like not all implementations of HTML are the same, so more browser supported third party javascript addons to handle the multitude of html5 workarounds... Flex is a fun

Re: [flexcoders] Re: The lifespan of flex.

2010-07-03 Thread Technusiast
For its completeness and integration of solutions, no one can hold a candle to Adobe: Photoshop, illustrator, flash cs5, flash builder, actionscript, air, coldfusion. Is there any other company that provides class-leading products in each and every component (both design and run-time) of an

[flexcoders] Re: The lifespan of flex.

2010-07-02 Thread Rajan
In coming year most of the website will be Flex or Silver Light. --- In flexcoders@yahoogroups.com, Alex Harui aha...@... wrote: Believe me, if you saw how many people and how much money is invested in Flex, it would be clear that Adobe is committed. See the showcase on the adobe site and