As a developer I would like to take advantage of flex to build media-rich applications. I haven't done much with Flash previously so I'm a little ignorant on what's available to me as an Ubuntu Linux user. I know that the Flash Builder applications only support Windows and Mac so I'm wondering if it is possible to develop applications without the use of Flash Builder? Trying to find answers on google didn't help so much because I often bot pointed back to the Adobe site or an article on just Flash Builder. I have already tried installing Flash Builder using Wine but I can never get past the initial install proceedure.
So is there any other compile software I could use? Also, If there is a way to compile the files using the command line I could do this as well.
Like que said, you can use the mxmlc command to compile. There is some kind of Linux Flashbuilder out there in the labs,but it runs on 32bit and getting it to work on 64 is a pain, not to mention there is no design view. Personally, I just virtualize Windows.