Integrating Revolution and Flash

Marielle Lange mlange at lexicall.org
Sat Mar 18 14:00:03 CST 2006


Pradeep, Pierre,

In fact, you can now play flash content via javascript... for free.  
That's an open source project called AFLAX. This stands for "Ajax  
Library for the Adobe Flash Platform". Check out the demos at: http:// 
www.aflax.org/demos.htm

Marielle

> Hi Pradeep,
>
> First, i would say yes, as long as flash can be handled trough  
> javascript calls we can bind to transcript handlers (i do that* all  
> the time, for my own *.js stored/used as global vars from inside my  
> rev-based web applications servers).
> Second, i would recommand to use AJAX (prototype.js framework and  
> accessories) as long as AJAX let us code all what can be managed  
> from within flash without making us depend from the Macromedia  
> proprietary solution.
>
> Just as a small example illustration of the AJAX potential <http:// 
> www2.sahores-conseil.com/puzzle.html>

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