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Managing External Assets and Communication

Abstract

The original intent of Flash (not SmartSketch) was to aid in the delivery of animation over the Internet. As its popularity grew, more and more designers and developers were using Flash for robust deliverables. And as the applications began to grow in complexity, the resulting SWF files began to increase in size. Once the fever spread from industry to industry, Flash started being used for a multitude of applications such as web intros, entire web sites, e-learning solutions, and later Rich Internet Applications. As a result, Flash was soon given the ability to manage external assets, like images and data, dynamically.

Keywords

Shared Object Text Field Event Handler Local Connection Local Machine 
These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.

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Copyright information

© Paul Milbourne, Chris Kaplan, and Michael Oliver 2009

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