$0 Flash Development: Quick Intro to MXMLC

Apr 2, 2010

Here is how to make Flash videogames using command-line compilation, without needing to spend $250-$700 on Adobe’s Flash software. No prior experience with Flash or programming is required. Though, if do you have programming experience and are eager to transition to programming cross-platform web applications that don’t require users to download and install anything (I <3 Flash), then you're also in the right place. > > (Hosted on another page) < <

Originally posted as part of GameDevLessons.com Vol. 13



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4 Comments

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