Adobe partnered with Mozilla and continues the ActionScript 3 API and Flex 2 SDK open source initiative, by adding the ActionScript Virtual Machine, AVM, to the open source family. ActionScript Virtual Machine, or AVM, is the code on which Flash Player runs.
Mozilla brings into this project, dubbed Tamarin project, its SpiderMonkey, looking forward to embrace ECMAScript 4th Edition.
ActionScript has considerable chances of turning into the standard for the future ECMAScript.
IBM was another benefactor in the AJAX world, when it donated some of its proprietary code to the Eclipse Foundation and Mozilla Corporation.
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