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  Ten Tips for Building a Flash Remoting Application
Subject:   Images? Movies?
Date:   2003-10-03 07:29:44
From:   anonymous2
From my own experiments with Flash Remoting (using Player v.6) you can transmit only primitive types or user defined objects.
I was searching a lot for any info on how an image (basically a movie object) can be transmitted (upld/dld) using Flash Remoting, but I couldn't find anything pertinent. AMF being a binary format it should be no problem in sending a movie over the wire. Of course if Flash knows how to encode/decode it.
When the documentation says that you can send Flash objects from the Player and receive ASObjects on the server (and vice versa) does this also implies movies?!
If not, then it seems like a serious architectural limitation.
Could anybody comment a bit on this topic, please. The MM newsgroups look almost dead.

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  1. Images? Movies?
    2003-10-04 07:02:32  anonymous2 [View]

    • Images? Movies?
      2003-10-05 23:29:16  anonymous2 [View]

      • Images? Movies?
        2003-10-07 04:23:37  anonymous2 [View]

        • Images? Movies?
          2003-10-25 10:16:20  anonymous2 [View]

          • Images? Movies?
            2003-10-30 01:11:28  xeal [View]

            • Images? Movies?
              2003-11-08 13:28:29  anonymous2 [View]

            • Images? Movies?
              2003-10-30 06:01:51  anonymous2 [View]

              • Images? Movies?
                2003-12-14 23:50:52  xeal [View]

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