Royale is Now “Flex”

Royale is now officially “Macromedia Flex,” and is now officially in beta (interested in joining?). And Macromedia has officially hired Christophe Coenraets as the official Flex Evangelist. Lot’s of official announcements, which you can read about in an official article on DevNet.

Now I’m officially off to MAX.

8 Responses to Royale is Now “Flex”

  1. Tarantor says:

    Are there any chance to run Flex on a CFMX 6.1 Enterprise?

  2. I’d be interested if Flex will run on CFMX as well. Isn’t CF built on top of Java, 6.1 at least.

  3. david says:

    Yes, Flex will run on CFMX Enterprise.-DavidMacromedia

  4. Patrick Whittingham says:

    David / Christian -So Flex won’t work with CFMX Standard ?Pat

  5. John Farrar says:

    I agree… is the chatter correct that this won’t run on CFMX Professional?

  6. It will run with CFMX 6.1 Professional. It will not run with CFMX 6.1 Standard. Look for a very relevant whitepaper soon. (I will post about it here.)Christian

  7. nando says:

    I signed up for the beta but haven’t heard anything back. Does that mean i’ve been passed over (i filled out the survey honestly!) or hasn’t it started yet? I’m really interested in this one as a means to evolve out of HTML …

  8. Eric Heme says:

    Is there any documentation on how to set up Flex with WSAD? I’m not wondering about the plug-in, just the servers.