[osflash] the future of OS flash..?
Allen, Christopher S.
CSALLEN at PARTNERS.ORG
Tue Nov 29 18:18:20 EST 2005
There are a few projects that I think you should include in your presentation
that you didn't mention in this email.
1. Red5 - I would include Red5 as being part of that "huge" future for OSFlash.
We (the Red5 team) are working to create a kick ass Flash server that will
enable live streaming, Flash remoting over RTMP, shared objects, complete access
to the server-side and awesome extensibility through the Java Spring framework,
and much more.
2. Screenweaver - Another one not to skip over is the Screenweaver project. I
think that Edwin's program will become THE WAY to build desktop applications
with Flash in the near future.
3. ActionStep - This framework with ASML markup will be a really powerful
alternative to the Flex framework. We at Red5 are currently working with the
ActionStep team to see how to utilize it to develop the client-side for Red5
applications. These two together will be very powerful for developing OS RIA
These of course are just my opinions, and I could be wrong about the impact that
these projects may have in the future, but I'm pretty sure that others hold this
point of view as well.
Good luck on your presentation.
From: osflash-bounces at osflash.org [mailto:osflash-bounces at osflash.org] On Behalf
Of andrew edwards
Sent: Tuesday, November 29, 2005 5:10 PM
To: osflash at osflash.org
Subject: [osflash] the future of OS flash..?
i'm giving a presentation next week on open source flash. the main
emphasis will be on eclipse/asdt/mtasc and in particular a case study
where i convinced a corporate to switch completely to OS flash and saved
them 100's of hours and money (i'll provide a link to the presentation
once its up).
my question is what do you see the future of OS flash to be (i'd like to
include this in my presentation)? My opinion is that we are heading
towards two solutions:
1. a stable and feature rich Eclipse/Mtasc/Asdt programming environment.
i think haXe has the potential to be huge. in the same way that ruby was
these opinions in a way are quite conservative - does anyone else have
any ideas on what the future of OS flash will be?
ps. Nicolas - is it ok if i refer to you as the granddaddy of OS flash? :)
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