CreateGWT is released

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james0072

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Oct 30, 2012, 1:38:21 PM10/30/12
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I have released CreateGWT. The whole of CreateJS as JSNI wrappers.


You can find the library on the github repo: https://github.com/sinewavemultimedia/create-gwt

Juan Pablo Gardella

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Oct 30, 2012, 1:42:26 PM10/30/12
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Thanks!!

2012/10/30 james0072 <james...@gmail.com>
I have released CreateGWT. The whole of CreateJS as JSNI wrappers.


You can find the library on the github repo: https://github.com/sinewavemultimedia/create-gwt

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Alain Ekambi

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Oct 30, 2012, 1:42:47 PM10/30/12
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Love it !

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Joseph Lust

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Oct 31, 2012, 3:16:37 PM10/31/12
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Thanks James! This is just what we're looking for to help with a current project where we need to move some old Flash assets over to canvas.

Who needs flash any more?



Sincerely,
Joseph

Alain Ekambi

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Oct 31, 2012, 3:27:26 PM10/31/12
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Believe it or not Flash still rocks the enterprise.
I know it for sure :)

2012/10/31 Joseph Lust <lifeo...@gmail.com>

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Joseph Lust

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Oct 31, 2012, 3:36:25 PM10/31/12
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At the risk of starting a flame war, I must counter that at my (very large) enterprise, we're divesting ourselves of Flash since target platforms cannot reuse our components (yeah, the iPad). Flash certainly still is popular, but given new canvas animation frameworks coming out every day making it WYSIWYG easy to make high fidelity animations, the case for Flash is easing, not to mention the high priced (though very powerful) IDEs and suites for working with Flash require.

Of course this won't happen over night, and Flash and Flex will have their niches, but the writing is on the wall for Flash/Flex/Silverlight and friends.



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Joseph

Alain Ekambi

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Oct 31, 2012, 3:46:29 PM10/31/12
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No flame war at all :)

The problem is to think that Flash can only be used for animations.
There are uses cases where you cant go around Flash.
Also you dont have to use Adobe IDEs to develop for Flash/Flex.
Matter of fact you can use GWT to write Flash/Flex apps

Now if you are targeting mobile devices sure Flash is not the option.
But the same applies for the best GWT based UI libraries out there (GXT, Smart GWT, etc)
They dont work(well) on mobile either
Meaning you will need to rewrite the UI part anyway.
Regardless of if it was written with Flex or GWT.

And for desktop applications only i dont see why one should not use Flex instead of let s say GXT.


 
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Joseph

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