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Greensock AS3 documentation where is it?

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Can't seem to find the old AS3 manual pages on the website anymore. Anyone know what happened to them, please?

 

I can't remember the url to see if the pages are still there, but the links have certainly gone from what I can see.

 

They are/were *so* useful.

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As we eliminate support for AS3 we are slowly weeding out references to it from the site. We removed Flash as a menu option from the main Docs page.

 

You can get to the Flash docs here: https://greensock.com/asdocs/index.html?com/greensock/package-detail.html&com/greensock/class-list.html

 

It does seem that some docs links on the Flash GSAP page are broken and only point to the HTML5/JS docs so we will look into getting those fixed.

Sorry for the inconvenience.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Carl said:

As we eliminate support for AS3 we are slowly weeding out references to it from the site. We removed Flash as a menu option from the main Docs page.

 

You can get to the Flash docs here: https://greensock.com/asdocs/index.html?com/greensock/package-detail.html&com/greensock/class-list.html

 

It does seem that some docs links on the Flash GSAP page are broken and only point to the HTML5/JS docs so we will look into getting those fixed.

Sorry for the inconvenience.

 

 

Carl.

 

Oh thanks for the link!

 

I understand the clean-up is necessary. Will you be keeping those as3  docs on your site, so we can still access via the direct link?

 

Regards

 

Simon

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Can we download the archive docs for AS3? I also do AIR Desktop and Mobile jobs and AS3 is alive and well in that arena so AS3 GSAP is something I use constantly. Without the docs I'd be in pain.

If we can download the docs that would be swell.

 

Thanks guys

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attached is a zip of the AS3 docs. I don't suspect they will ever change:

 

AS3Docs.zip

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Carrl – Brilliant. So useful. Thank-you.

Retropunk – good idea asking for this.

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Support for this has been waning for a while - if you really are ditching it for good, have you considered open sourcing your as3 modules?

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Yes, I appreciate the suggestion/question and it has been considered but it's not something we're willing to do at this point. There are quite a few dangers in doing so that may not seem obvious at first. But of course you're welcome to continue using the AS3 tools. I hope they're helpful!

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