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Has anyone used it?

Azoth is a Windows console (Win32 command-line) application, for AS3 Flash programming, that lets you replace method calls to a certain AS3 class (included with Azoth) with equivalent Alchemy opcodes in a SWF file. This provides superior performance for accessing a ByteArray as memory, than you can achieve with AS3 alone.

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It’s basically the same as Apparat and Haxe from what I understand, enabling you to use alchemy opcodes since the official Adobe compiler does not support them.

Since Apparat is no longer being updated, it might be worthwhile, but I would recommend to anybody who is working on a project that requires superior performance to check out Haxe instead. ;)