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Re: Future of Adobe Flex as a RIA in 2018

Just a comment from your subject. Flex has been Apache Flex and not Adobe Flex for several years now.

> On Jun 18, 2018, at 10:55 AM, najeeb <najeebshaikh@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I have to build a mission-critical cross-platform app on both iOS and Android
> for a client. The choice of platform is mine to make. I would prefer to go
> with a Rich Internet Application (RIA) toolkit.
> I have always been more of a server-side guy, and I have rarely if ever done
> any client-side programming in HTML/JS, et al, and I find a proliferation of
> choices for web-based technologies like Ionic among others. I have never
> been too comfortable with web-based toolkits, however. On the other hand, I
> find the Adobe Flex platform quite interesting and more suited to my taste.
> As an aside, I find Ionic to be quite future-proof (the foreseeable future,
> at least), though I would like to reiterate that I am neither comfortable
> with JS-based toolkits, nor do I have much time on my hands to learn the
> entire stack of Angular + Ionic. Learning Adobe Flex has been fun, and I
> have picked up quite a bit of it, including ActionScript in the past couple
> of days.
> I know that Adobe Flash is (almost) dead. I want to know if Adobe Flex/Air
> is actually a good platform of choice for my purpose in 2018. And if it
> isn't, can you please recommend some other RIA framework?
> PS: I am not asking this question from a job perspective, i.e., dwindling
> number of jobs, etc. That doesn't matter to me. Rather, I would like to know
> from the community's perspective, as well as support of the technology on
> all major deployment platforms like Android, iOS, Windows, etc.
> --
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