jQuery.post() for AS3

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4 Responses

  1. Tink says:

    Nasty. Removes all those nicely typed AS3 values with code hinting with a generic untyped object much akin to AS1.

  2. Eric Dolecki says:

    It’s true that you don’t get the typing or hinting, but if you’re the sole developer on a smaller project/simulation/prototype it’s a lot more straightforward.

    Being verbose on a team & keeping things typed and clear is a benefit of going the straight URLRequest route, but stuff like this has it’s place too.

  3. Nicolas says:

    10 years later I’m still unable to remember TweenLite parameter syntax. This would drive me through the same mental pain.

  4. Eric Dolecki says:

    Haha… I’ve used TweenMax so much I think it’s almost part of my DNA now.

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