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Monday, October 30, 2006

flexible flexifying flex

this post is about two new tools to get you flexing your muscles... err sorry, i almost got carried away ;P

john grden, your boy behind red5, is making it flexible to flex :) ... and hot on the heels of that (could be the other way around) Ted Patrick, Ray Camden and Ben Forta want you to flexify with the flexifier

FLEXible gives you some limited capabilities of Adobe's Eclipse-based Flex Builder IDE, by allowing you drag/drop flex components, edit src and see changes in real time. It was built in flex, and here's a demo video here.

FLEXifier allows you to write and try flex code, directly on the application page, without needing to download or install anything. Also built with flex, and a mix of cf and spry.

tasty morsels of your own dog food, and very good tools for the adoption of flex. go check em out. And thx guys.

cheers,
-- eokyere :)


UPDATE

Nov 1 2006 -- Since there's a flash 9 player for linux out there and no support for linux yet, with Flex Builder, these tools (especially, flexible) should come in quite handy, shd you find yourself on a linux distro. Cheers.

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