I would like to ask if the FP EOL announcement has any effects on FlexJS?!
Do you think it is still worth to follow the conditional compiling approach or is it maybe time to
abandon the swf side in order to concentrate on JS?
For the immediate, I don’t think we need to do anything.
I do think there is still value in a swf target, but that target should probably become an AIR target rather than a browser target. Having a single code base which can target AIR and HTML in the browser will probably fill a real lack.
I don't think there's consensus on flash support in the community. Two things at least have not changed: we might want AIR support, and we want FlexJS to be platform agnostic in architecture. SWF support can help in both these regards.
> >Having a single code base which can target AIR and HTML in the browser
> probably fill a real lack.
> That would be awesome!!
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