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  • Spring Actionscript v2.0 Progress Report

    Hello gentlemen,

    I just published a blog with some preliminary information about the ongoing development of Spring Actionscript v2.0:

    http://zwaga.blogspot.com/2011/08/sp...ss-report.html

    There's also links to the SVN branch and some information on how to create your own build using Maven.

    If anyone here feels up for it, give it a testdrive. Functionality is *very* limited right now, only XML configuration and basic stagewiring is in place. But I'd still like to hear some criticisms and perhaps some ideas or suggestions.

    Thank you very much in advance!

    cheers,

    Roland

  • #2
    part deux

    Hey there again,

    I just posted part 2 of the Spring Actionscript v2.0 progress report:

    http://zwaga.blogspot.com/2011/08/sp...report_22.html

    As usual, comments, critcism and ideas are most welcome

    cheers,

    Roland

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    • #3
      Part III

      Good evening everyone,

      Part III of the Spring Actionscript 2.0 Progress Report has been posted:

      http://zwaga.blogspot.com/2011/09/sp...ss-report.html

      Things are shaping up better and better, hope you'll find something to your liking, comments and suggestions are very much welcome

      cheers,

      Roland

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      • #4
        Part IV

        Aaaaannnddddd.... Part IV of the Spring Actionscript v2.0 Progress Report has just been published:

        http://zwaga.blogspot.com/2011/09/sp...report_19.html

        Probably most interesting news is the fact that the beta site is now also up:

        http://beta.springactionscript.org/

        Enjoy, happy coding, and let us know your thoughts!

        cheers,

        Roland

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        • #5
          Part V

          Its been a while, but here is part V of the Spring Actionscript v2.0 progress report:

          Progress Report V

          Take a look at the sample apps for some implementation references:

          Spring Actionscript v2.0 - Samples

          Let us know your thoughts, suggestions, criticisms, etc!

          cheers,

          Roland

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          • #6
            Sorry for offtop, but could we expect for new progress reports? It's seems like project is abandoned

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            • #7
              Hey there,

              sorry for the lack of progress reports, I've been really, really busy with my current project (which uses Spring Actionscript v2.0 naturally). The reality is that for the past few months I've been basically only fixing small bugs in v2.0, there's no real extra features added. (Apart from lazy property placeholder resolving, which I just added this week).

              So, in truth, Spring Actionscript 2.0 is getting ready to come out of beta as I believe things are stable enough to use in production (case in point, I eat my own dogfood and my current project relies heavily on SpringAS 2).

              If you want the latest and greatest then get the swc's from our maven repository, its ready for production.

              I'll need to find time to add more documentation about the new features I guess, but I'm not sure when I'll have time yet. I'm doing my best, I promise! The project is NOT abandoned!

              cheers,

              Roland

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              • #8
                Great news to hear that the work is in progress. I am now already starting a project with ActionScript 2. Thank you for contributing to the community!

                I hope you will release soon the final version. Thanks!

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                • #9
                  wow!

                  Hey there,

                  great to hear you're using Spring AS 2 already! Don't hesitate to ask us if you have any questions or problems!

                  cheers,

                  Roland

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