Flash ActionScript Standard Library

Another cool project signed Mike Chambers is the ActionScript Standard Library (ASL), a new open source project opened at Sourceforge

The project homepage says:

The ActionScript Standard Library is a collection of ActionScript classes and libraries that aims to create and provide a standard library of functionality to ActionScript.

If you want to join the development team, you can send an email to one of the admins. There is also a developers’ mailinglist which you can subscribe to. Nice to see there is a strong core developer group already, with Mike Chambers, Peter Hall, and Robert Penner.

[Via Quasimondo]

2 thoughts on “Flash ActionScript Standard Library”

  1. Hi,

    Do you have and coding standards for class definition i.e. a .as file template with standard comments for public/private properties/methods static initialisers etc.?

    FML (Flash Modeling Language)

    Another possibility would be to create a graphical shell scripting environment similar to the way UML is used in Visio and Rational Rose. This could be implemented as a Flash component aimed at providing a diagramatical representation of the flash movies Class/Object structure.

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