At work consummate developer Josh Rogers got FlashDevelop working with a custom ant build script as a replacement for FlashBuilder. This is great news because FlashDevelop is using less than a tenth of the memory resources that Adobe’s Eclipse-based FlashBuilder uses; You should check it out if you are in Flex-land like me.
Now since the first thing I do whenever I start using a new IDE is move over my favorite syntax colors (see also VibrantInk for FlashBuilder and VibrantInk for Notepad++), I am once again giving you the fruits of my labor.
It’s glorious and it is all yours, if you click here!
This post originally appeared on The DevStop.