glory

Glory Framework is a page-based media framework built using [Haxe 3](http://haxe.org/), [OpenFL](http://openfl.org), and [PureMVC](http://puremvc.org/). It can be used for interactive e-books, adventure games, websites, or slide presentations on any target supported by OpenFL. It uses an XML configuration file to build the layout of each page, including placement and function of different controls. Each page can have its own custom class if desired. Glory also includes two Photoshop scripts which make it easy to rapidly convert a PSD layout into something that Glory can use. It can also use SVG files saved directly from Illustrator (not all types of object are supported).
https://github.com/ConfidantCommunications/Glory-Framework/

To install, run:

haxelib install glory 1.2.0 

See using Haxelib in Haxelib documentation for more information.

README.md

Glory Framework is a page-based media framework built using Haxe 3, OpenFL, and PureMVC. It can be used for interactive e-books, adventure games, websites, or slide presentations on any target supported by OpenFL.

It uses an XML configuration file to build the layout of each page, including placement and function of different controls. Each page can have its own custom class if desired.

Glory also includes two Photoshop scripts which make it easy to rapidly convert a PSD layout into something that Glory can use. It can also use SVG files saved directly from Illustrator (not all types of object are supported).

This framework requires the SVG and Actuate libraries available on haxelib. Only versions prior to commit a3575c3 support Haxe 2 and NME. Please note that using SVG with the HTML5 target and Haxe 2 will not work unless you are using a version of NME >later< than the 3.4.2. release.

Be sure to read the wiki pages to learn how to get set up. Here is a compiled HTML5 demo.

Brought to you by Confidant Communications

Dedicated to the glory of God!

Contributors
ConfidantCommunications
Version
1.2.0
Published
2 years ago
License
MIT

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