Re: RoboDemo vs. Flash MX

Subject: Re: RoboDemo vs. Flash MX
From: Iliana Kostova <i_kostadinova -at- prosyst -dot- bg>
To: techwr-l
Date: Fri, 27 Feb 2004 17:23:23 +0200

Jonathan Breger wrote:

What thoughts does everyone have about using RoboDemo or Flash MX? Flash MX
seems more on the complicated side whereby RoboDemo can help get stuff out
more quickly.

Thank you.

Jonathan R. Breger
Ayalogic, Inc.
530 South Main St. # 1732
Akron, OH 44311
330-253-3055 (fax)
jbreger -at- ayalogic -dot- com


According to me, the main difference is that with Flash MX you are supposed to do all the animation work on your own - providing screen shots, planning cursor movements, etc. But on the other hand, you are free to entirely customize the presentation, tutorial, etc., according to your needs and preferences.

Using RoboDemo (or ViewletBuilder depending on what you have purchased) saves a lot of efforts - it is capable of taking screen shots, has an automatic algorithm for cursor movement, and other time-saving features.

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