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|Original author(s)||Antimatter15, brwainer, others|
0.20.05 Wave / December 31, 2011
|Type||Vector graphics editor|
The application was soon rewritten to use the DHTML Suite library from DHTML Goodies, and finally allowed for exporting SWF files through the Freemovie Java library. Development subsequently moved to Subversion on Google Code to ease production.
Version 1.0 was rewritten to use version 1.0 of Sencha's Ext JS library instead. It also added support for inbetweening and sharing projects. The next version, 0.20, was a complete rewrite to support version 2.0 of Ext JS, and used the OnlyPaths library by josep_ssv, which extended RichDraw and was designed specifically for Ajax Animator.
Later versions used the author's own VectorEditor library, based on the Raphaël framework.
- Antimatter15. "Ajax Animator - A free web based flash animator". Retrieved 17 January 2012.
- "Ajax Animator: Browser based, simple animation tool (Chrome)". makeuseof.com. Retrieved 17 January 2012.
- brwainer; Antimatter15. "Introduction". Archived from the original on 23 February 2014. Retrieved 30 April 2014.
- Zhang, Moxie. "AJAX Animator Demonstrates AJAX in RIA World". InfoQ. Retrieved 17 January 2012.
- Antimatter15. "What is Ajax?". Retrieved 17 January 2012.
- Bowen, Ronda (13 March 2011). "Top 5 Low-Budget and Free Flash Editors". Brighthub.com. Bright Hub Inc. Retrieved 7 February 2015.
- Antimatter15. "History". Retrieved 21 January 2012.
- Ajax Animator info page
- Ajax Animator 0.20.02 (OnlyPaths)
- Ajax Animator 0.20.05 Wave (VectorEditor)
- Google Code
- Chrome Web Store
- Archive of Ajax Animator on Liveswifers
|Discontinued / Legacy|