I would like to propose this Idea to Adobe Edge Animate group:
I follow a logical grid to communicate my idea:
1 - Apparently most early adopters of Edge-Animate are Flash developers.
2 - For Flash Developers, we had 2 separate Forums, Adobe Flash + ActionScript Forum
3 - It seems that Edge-Animate software is using a similar functionality as Flash, Timeline+Coding
4 - Timeline is pretty familiar, however the Coding is tricky and is the Advanced part of getting productive with Edge.
5 - Edge Animate Forum provides very basic/or no help as far as Coding, considering it a Jquery discussion perhaps.
6 - There are 2 downsides to Number5. The first one is the fact that even searching for answers somewhere else like OverStack, does not always help, because the standard practice for non adobe developers is to have HTML, CSS, JS files separately, and thats how they recommend solutions. Those solutions not always translates to the style Edge treats things. The second problem is, Marketing Aspect, Adobe is losing users, because we trusted/liked edge and we are giving it a try, but if the forum is not as supportive and active as ActionScript ls/was, then we need to seek for help outside the community, where you start questioning, Now that I am learning CSS, HTML, Jquery, Ajax, and resources are limitless, then why should i consider Edge? The whole point of edge was to offer a platform where you DO NOT need to bother learning much about CSS, Jquery and html. Its like if Flash had no support for ActionScipt, (I understand that Jquery, CSS are much more global scripts, but still, edge has its own style of dealing with these scripts. maybe i m wrong.)
Thanks. If you like this idea please comment.
Not a bad idea!
+1 here. All of my questions are about coding. However, I wouldn't want any more splinter forums like Edge desktop, Edge iOS etc as that's what's hurt the AIR forums, imho.