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Tutorial | Local Connection Actionscript – Communicate between seperate Flash files

By | 2008-03-31T23:16:45+00:00 Mar 31, 2008|Old Posts|

Tutorial - Using Sound in ActionScript 3

Communication between two seperate flash files placed on the same page (or even running simultaneously on one machine) is a nice way to spread a project out. You can send variable, call functions, pretty much do anything in one swf from another. Easiest case use would be a navigation menu set up in one flash file to control the other one containing the content.

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  1. Evan Gifford March 20, 2009 at 2:38 am - Reply

    If you’d like to pass 30MB/s through LocalConneciton or simplify the LocalConneciton two-way communication, check out our open source project on google code: http://code.google.com/p/flashlcs/

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