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Well Hi again ..
The LocalConnection class, but if i understood the security model right, the application sandbox only allows direct access to the AIR's API, in order to get access you can build a bridge between the non-application sandbox and the application sandbox, pointing out you have to hide the alias functions of the AIR API functions you call and beware of all the security measures involved.
So it's obvious then you build a local connection between the SWF in a browser and the AIR application (in the non-application sandbox) and build a bridge between the non-application and application sandbox. Correct? Anyone, just say yes or no so I don't have to spend my time learning all these programs (and languages). Java will do the trick (in a very very very hard way) but the Adobe (macr.) is just better and faster when it comes to web development.
Yes, LocalConnection can be used to communicate between SWF in the browser and AIR applications. However, you can communicate *directly* with application content via this method; there's no need to go through a non-application sandbox.
Oliver Goldman | Adobe AIR Engineering
Aaaah ok, Yea I have just read that in 'another' document ..
Thank you! :) ..