Independent programmer Dmitry Skavish had developed JGenerator with Java in 2000 to offer similar functionality through an open source implementation which ran up to 20 times faster. JGenerator version 2.1 MX added support for Flash MX.
JGenerator 2.x was available in a free Community Edition and a paid Enterprise Edition which added the following features:
A Developer Edition had also been made available for version 2.0 to provide a development environment for individual designers or developers without support for actual server-based online content production.
- ↑ Macromedia Generator FAQ, Macromedia. 2003-06-21.
- ↑ What is Macromedia Generator?, Macromedia Flash Enabled. Flash Design and Development for Devices by Christian Cantrell et. al. ISBN: 735711771. 2002-05-17.
- ↑ Testimonials by William L. Thomson Jr., The JGenerator. Accessed 2019-11-19.
- ↑ What is JGenerator?, Macromedia Flash Enabled. Flash Design and Development for Devices by Christian Cantrell et. al. ISBN: 735711771. 2002-05-17.
- ↑ 5.0 5.1 5.2 JGenerator with Flash MX, JZox. Archived 2004-04-14.
- ↑ The JGenerator Community Edition, JZox. Archived 2003-10-10.
- ↑ The JGenerator Developer Edition, JZox. Archived 2002-06-08.
- ↑ Macromedia Generator by oshats, Experts Exchange. 2006-04-13.
- JZox official website (archived 2003-12-04)
- The JGenerator by Dmitry Skavish at SourceForge (2000)
- JGenerator at the Macromedia Wiki
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