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ColdFusion MX

Consuming web services in Macromedia Flash using Macromedia ColdFusion MX

In this tutorial, you will learn how to invoke and return results from web services in a Macromedia Flash movie using ColdFusion MX.

Open the Gate for Rich Dynamic Content

Learn new ways to connect Macromedia Flash to your ColdFusion server using Flash Remoting and learn how easy it is to leverage this technology.

Getting Started with ColdFusion MX and Flash Remoting

This article walks through creating a simple Macromedia Flash Remoting example. The SWF will use Macromedia Flash Remoting to call a ColdFusion MX component (also known as a CFC) on the server. The ColdFusion component will return a string which will be loaded into Macromedia Flash and displayed.


Using server-side ActionScript in Macromedia JRun 4 with Macromedia Flash Remoting

In this tutorial, you will learn how to build a simple server-side ActionScript file (*.asr) in Macromedia JRun 4.

Consuming Web Services with Macromedia JRun 4 and Flash Remoting

In this article you will learn how to consume a web service using Macromedia JRun 4 on the back end, while using Macromedia Flash MX with Flash Remoting on the front end.

Flash Remoting 101 for Java Users

Flash Remoting enables Macromedia Flash applications to integrate with server-side Java resources. Server code can be called, and data can be passed back and forth, with a minimum of programming effort.

Designing Java Applications for Flash Remoting

This tutorial explains how Flash Remoting was used in the Blackboard project to implement robust client-server communications with minimal programmer effort. These instructions assume that you are familiar with Java programming.


Pet Market FAQ

This document answers some of the most frequently asked questions about the Pet Market blueprint application.


Macromedia Flash Remoting with JRun

Get started with Flash Remoting using JRun 4. Seamlessly integrate high-impact Macromedia Flash user interfaces with your J2EE apps. Connect simply, quickly, and securely to EJBs, Java classes—even JMX MBeans deployed in JRun 4.

Introduction to Macromedia Flash Remoting and JRun

Become familiar with the components that make Flash Remoting and JRun work. This video uses the Flash Remoting samples provided with JRun to illustrate how to build and debug your own Flash Remoting/JRun applications. For more details on Flash Remoting and JRun, see Configuring Flash Remoting with JRun 4.0.

Getting Started with Macromedia Flash Remoting

Make your SWF files smaller and more dynamic. Learn to use Macromedia Flash Remoting to connect your rich web application interfaces to data on your server

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