0 Replies Latest reply on Apr 24, 2007 12:24 PM by ann.fso

    [Ann] D.eval() API brings eval() to Flex 2

    ann.fso
      The D.eval() (read DEE-val) API is a SWC library for Flex 2 applications to execute text strings of dynamic ActionScript expressions and programs.

      The language used in D.eval() is called Deval, a subset of ActionScript 3 (AS3). It supports all the AS3 expressions (including E4X) and most flow control statements; it can access any AS3 classes and functions; it does not define functions and classes. D.eval() opens a whole new world to Flex 2 applications and development.

      The current version is 1.0-Beta, which is fully functional. Check it out at [Adobe | Exchange | Flex | Libraries], or visit the web site at http://www.riaone.com/daseval/

      Have lots of fun with the D.eval() API!


      P.S. D.eval() was released under a different name about a month ago. It is renamed to D.eval() and the content is the same.