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Re: [Discussion] Life after FlashPlayer


>What frameworks are most people doing Flash-like work in the browser these

I guess you find particular ideas of the Flex/Flash world at a lot of those
frameworks out there.
Most mentioned are probably Angular and React.

>Is FlexJS a possible way to do this...

First, please notice that FlexJS is now "Apache Royale [1]"!
Any framework out there is "just" an abstraction layer on top of
HTML5/JS/CSS, including "Apache Royale" (Even if Royale targets not only the
That said, no framework out there is able to provide more features than the
target browsers are able to process.
The only meaning to use such frameworks is to increase productivity... 

> is  FlexJS limited in the components that it can support?  

Apache Royale is designed to provide different component sets.
It provides e.g. a basic component set and e.g. a wrapper around the MDL lib
Carlos Rovira is currently working on a brand new and very promising
component set which is called "Jewel", very exciting! [3].

Moreover, you should be able to use most of the JS libs out there with
"Many other JavaScript frameworks could be made to work with Royale if they
support dynamic instantiation of components." (Taken from the "Apache Royale
Docs" [4])

Hope this helps,

[1] https://royale.apache.org/
[2] https://getmdl.io/components/index.html#badges-section
[3] https://royale.apache.org/blog/
[4] https://apache.github.io/royale-docs/Welcome/Get_Started/Frameworks.html

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