February 8th, 2013
We have been working hard on implementing new features and doing a couple of the runtimes we promised on our Kickstarter. The amount of requests we’ve gotten about which toolkits to support has been mindblowing. We put a lot of thought into how we could best support as many toolkits as possible and in the end we came to the conclusion that doing generic runtimes that can be easily integrated into each individual toolkit is the best solution for both the community and us.
We’ve updated our Kickstarter page to include stretch goals and we’re really looking forward to improving spine. They were all picked with great care and will make Spine even more powerful should they be reached. We have a lot of work ahead of us, but we’re dedicated to making Spine the best software for the job.
We’re also still working on getting more documentation on the site and more examples, but if you have a specific question you can always register on our forum and ask us directly there, we’ll get back to you as soon as we possibly can.