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Ash: An entity framework for Actionscript games

Ash is an Actionscript 3 entity framework for game development

Source Code

Examples

Documentation

There is no formal documentation as yet, but much of the source code contains as-doc comments.

I’ve also written a few blog posts explaining how Ash works.

Developers

Thank you

  • Tom Davies, for Ember and Ember2 and for the many discussions we’ve had about entity systems.
  • Alec McEachran, for Xember and the discussions we’ve had about entity systems, particularly at try{harder}

License

Ash – an entity framework for Actionscript games
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Author: Richard Lord
Copyright © Richard Lord 2011-2012
http://www.richardlord.net

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