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An object-oriented programming language
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What is ActionScript?

It is the programming language for the Adobe Flash Player and Adobe AIR runtime environments. It is used by developers to create animations and video games.
ActionScript is a tool in the Languages category of a tech stack.

Who uses ActionScript?

72 companies reportedly use ActionScript in their tech stacks, including Crunchyroll, Diffbot, and Jackbox Games.

98 developers on StackShare have stated that they use ActionScript.

ActionScript Integrations

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ActionScript's Features

  • object-oriented programming language
  • create animations and video games

ActionScript Alternatives & Comparisons

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ActionScript's Followers
84 developers follow ActionScript to keep up with related blogs and decisions.