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By rsmiller
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Published: Dec 09 2011 / 00:56

While Adobe might be saying it's doing right by developers in open-sourcing Flex, it's really just spinning the fact it will no longer support it.
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devdanke replied ago:

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Flex developers are lucky. Flex wasn't making enough money for Adobe. They could have killed it, sold it, or open-sourced it. By open-sourcing Flex, it's easier for third parties to support and enhance Flex. Open-sourcing Flex was the most developer friendly thing Adobe could do.

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RawThinkTank replied ago:

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what happened to Java implementation of flex ?

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Miloskov replied ago:

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RIP Flex.

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rsmiller replied ago:

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devdanke
Excellent points.

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