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An HTML/CSS rendering engine for the Haxe language
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== Cocktail, HTML rendering engine ==

Cocktail is cross-platform, embeddable and native.
It renders HTML5, CSS3 and Haxe Javascript in native applications and web apps.

Same rendering on all the targets, desktop, browser and mobile. Cocktail compiles to javascript/HTML5, ActionScript Flash, neko and php versions.

Cocktail classes are made to be compiled with your application in order to render its user interface.
Cocktail is compatible with NME, Adobe AIR or PhoneGap.

Cocktail do not require any virtual machine, it is not interpreted.
This has a positive impact on the performances and allows access to native functionnalities and libraries in native language such as objective C, C++, php, ActionScript…

Silex Labs Cocktail library is released under GPL.

== Links ==

Articles and demos

	* Getting started with Cocktail
	* Cocktail web app demo
	* Cocktail v1.0 Sunrise: progress report
	* Cocktail, for an open bar community !
	* Combining Cocktail Haxe with PhoneGap

Developer resources

	* Main wiki on Haxe libs
	* Forums and working group
	* Cocktail download and source code

Other resources

	* Cocktail supported platforms
	* Cocktail future platforms
	* Official Cocktail definition
	* Cocktail road map
	* Cocktail GPL license

Release notes

	* Cocktail Release notes - v1.0.0alpha1
	* Cocktail Release notes - v1.0.0alpha2

== license ==

This project is © 2010-2011 Silex Labs and is released under the GPL License:
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL) as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. 
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
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