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Hey Spacey, Have You Tried This? Onideus Mad Hatter 26-07-2007
 Re: Hey Spacey, Have You Tried This? SpaceGirl Reply Send to a Friend   Print
 
Travis Newbury wrote:
> On Jul 30, 6:02 pm, SpaceGirl <nothespacegirls...@subhuman.net> wrote:
>>> Other than getting the Flash API and hand coding a SWF file (pain in
>>> the ass, but not impossible) the only thing I know of is getting the
>>> 30 day demo of Flash or Swish
>> Flex :)
> 
> I have not played with Flex a lot, but from what I have read it is
> Swish on steroids

Flex is nothing like Swish. Flex allows you to generate Flash on the fly 
from your server. I don't mean loading content in; I mean literally 
drawing elements as and when you need them then delivering it across the 
net. It has stacks of built in UI tools, meaning you could build VAST 
applications in it. It also ties into the .NET and Java platforms, so 
you can use Flex to create the presentation layer of very large 
distributed applications. It's hardcore server stuff really; it uses 
it's own markup language (MXML), which you can also embed with AS3 to 
generate some amazingly powerful stuff.

Still early days for Flex I think, but we'll see more and more of it in 
the future I'm sure.

However, if you want to keep life simple and you are not designing 
Amazon.com 2.0, Flash CS3 + AS3 + server side web services are really 
hot too, and you don't need to be running Flex, however integration to 
larger apps would be harder.

I'm no Flex genius either so maybe someone on the alt.macromedia.flash 
group can sum up Flex better than I :)

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