I have produced two apps which I would also like to use on a website.
How difficult is it to do that. I've published my first app to the app store. I would also like to use that app on my website.
Is that possible and if so, is there a clear process (any documentation or tutorials) that will show me how to do that.
Many thanks for any advice.
Not media queries as they exist in browsers today. You can though adjust and resize/reposition based upon detected resolution - which I used to do all the time with AS3 before media queries were even a thing. LOL.
Hi Joseph, I always appreciated your work and expertise, it helped me a lot during the last 10 years on Actionscript. Today I'm very upset to see that Adobe forces developers to use javascrap, knowing that aven Actionscript is much more evolved in clearness, performance and accuracy (typing) and classes/functions. Today I still don't know how to fill the gap of missing classes in JS like rtmfp, netgroups, vector arrays, ip/application multicast etc. Do you have any idea how to convert projects using JS missing functions?
Not really. I mean - Apache Royale has the potential for filling a lot of those gaps but it wouldn't be a simple conversion, I'd imagine.
Already asked to the guys at the git repo, they just want to hire me to fill the gap in Royale! :). I could, but it's always a question of time. Why such a massive regression into the web development? I hope webassembly will fill the gap soon.... Or I will have to say to the businesses I worked for "Hey guys, last update of all browsers will just throw up your Flash application and good news, nothing can replace it!" 🙂
The entire situation is just awful. Wish I had answers.
One thing I'm sure now, human evolution is a hoax! 😄