Spelling Plus Library (SPL) Version 2 Released

I’m happy to announce that we have released version 2.0 of our Spelling Plus Library (SPL). SPL provides real-time (as you type) spell checking for Flash, Flex, and AIR applications built with AS3. Version 2’s most significant new feature is full support for TLF text and components, including the Spark component set in Flex 4. We’ve also made a number of other bug fixes and enhancements.

To make up for the long wait for this version, we’re offering existing customers who purchased SPL within the past year a free upgrade, and a significant (~60%) upgrade discount to everyone else who owns a previous version of SPL.

We’ve already started work on SPL 2.1, which will add a number of new features targeted at mobile, and will be a free upgrade for all SPL 2 owners.

For more information on SPL, check out the product page here.

Grant Skinner

The "g" in gskinner. Also the "skinner".



  1. I bet it’s American spelling

  2. Grant Skinner May 18, 2011 at 6:41pm

    We supply US and UK dictionaries by default. We also offer wordlists for other languages, but do not directly support them due to the difficulty in supporting languages we don’t read.

  3. I have an idea:

    MXML-AS3(Flex) should be have the native support by any browser as like as HTML-JS. (Posted on LinkedIn)

    my comments:
    In this case, it (Flex) will get a new impetus + HTML dev look to the side Flash + Flash to stay up(more) as the trend.

    I know we has to close FlashPlayer today, but many of developers want to be have it, may be as OpenSource.

    My question: What do you think about?

    P.S. I collect the opinions of experts.
    Being not engaged by Apple, Adobe, MS, Google, etc, I am expressing my own interests.

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