[osflash] [ANN] Aptana IDE for AFLAX...
michael.stuhr at gmail.com
Tue Jul 25 14:35:58 EDT 2006
Paul Colton schrieb:
> Dear OS Flash Members,
> I¹m proud to announce the public beta of the Aptana IDE. The Aptana IDE
> focuses on ŒWeb 2.0 / AJAX¹ development. This release has tons of features
> including an AJAX library wizard, an Outline View across HTML, CSS, and
> open source.
> library with Aptana, but we¹ve included project wizards for many of the
> popular libraries including Yahoo UI, Dojo, JQuery, MochiKit, Prototype,
> Rico, script.aculo.us, and, of course, the AFLAX library.
> All objects, functions, and properties in HTML DOM Level 1 & 2 now contain
> browser support information (which also includes browser support for HTML,
> If you don't know about AFLAX, first on that. AFLAX stands for Asynchronous
> Flash and XML. Defined simply, AFLAX is a development methodology which
> combines Ajax and Flash to create more dynamic web based applications.
> The AFLAX technology is available as a library that enables developers to
> -- including graphics, networking, video and camera support.
> I¹ve created a screencast to show you an example of how the Aptana IDE makes
> development with AFLAX easier as well as showing how you can get real-time
> previews of your movie as you work!
> View the AFLAX Library screencast at:
> Download Aptana IDE at:
> More info on AFLAX at:
> Paul Colton
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> osflash at osflash.org
i've looked over and over for a nice html + css editor, since i'm
already done with dreamweaver. but since today i found naerly all of
them to fuzzy, old and or too web 0.9 alike. and since you offer a nice
linux support: this is the dot on top of the i, as we say.
since i alreadydl'ed it, and started the demo-project here are my 2
#1.a: can you tell us, if there will be more supported doc-types in the
near future (xhtml-strict would be fine) ?
#1.b: will there be a validator option, or is this already implemented ?
#2: while watching the first video, i found the code-complete-flyouts a
little bit overdone, is there any chance to reduce this to let's say
only html, css and js ? i mean this would be fine when we could switch
in some way.
don't get me wrong: i don't like the way you're using js to render swf.
point is: user has to have js active, which is in my opinion in most
cases unuseful or not even used. anyway, i respect the efforts that have
been made, and find this editor a nice alternative to common ones.
i think i will give it some more time, and maybe i come with some more
questions or requests, if wanted.
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