Sunday, June 24, 2007

3rdParty.libraries

as3httpclient - extend HTTP/HTTPS API (Abdul Qabiz)
israfil-mojo - Maven 2 plugin (Israfil Consulting Services)
xpath-as3 - XPath (Peter Hall)
as3-rpclib - an RPC library (akeemphilbert)
flexlib - Component Library (Adobe People)
as3corelib - Utility Library (Adobe People) *May be integrated into flex 3
ASwing - GUI Framework (Team)
adobe-php-sdk - (Mike Potter - Adobe, et al)
as3flexunitlib - Unit Testing Framework (Adobe)
as3xmpp - XMPP Library (Daniel Dura)

Sites:
http://www.riaforge.org
http://osflash.org

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Nick said...

How does as3xmpp compare to jive's XIFF?

Adam Flater said...

Would you mind adding Merapi (http://code.google.com/p/merapi/) to this list?

cheers
-adam

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Anonymous said...

thx u very much, i learn a lot

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