[thelist] Managing Content with Flash Presentation

Justin Zachan Mgmt justin at jazzmanagement.com.au
Mon Apr 11 23:25:03 CDT 2005

Hey. Ideally all the content and the Flash file would be bundled up, so in
the Flash itself on delivery to the end user. I currently use external text
files to load up content, but there is no security and no way of locking
down the content.

So I need a method to update the content inside the Flash file itself I



-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Johnston [mailto:fuzzylizard at gmail.com] 
Sent: Tuesday, 12 April 2005 12:11 PM
To: justin at jazzmanagement.com.au; thelist at lists.evolt.org
Subject: Re: [thelist] Managing Content with Flash Presentation

On Apr 11, 2005 9:32 PM, Justin Zachan Mgmt
<justin at jazzmanagement.com.au> wrote:
> My challenge, or question is, what is the best way to manage the content
> a flash built presentation. The content will be changed regularly and
> will need to access the latest version - by a download.

I would suggest placing the content into an XML file. However, the
last part of the statement above, "by a download" may cause you some
problems. Are you looking to have people be able to download the flash
file and play it from their desktops? If so, you may have to embed the
content into the flash file, otherwise, they will have to download
several files.

chris johnston


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