4 Replies Latest reply on Apr 27, 2009 11:47 PM by nishantkyal

    One Project - Multiple SWFs

    nishantkyal
      Hi,

      I've a project where I'm creating a lot of content as SWFs which is
      loaded by the main application. These content SWFs are not modules and
      will be loaded by SWFLoader.

      I want to know how can I create these (large number of) content SWFs
      using flex. The content will be residing in nested folders.

      As far as I know, we can create SWFs by either compiling flex
      applications or thru FLAs. Is there a way flex components can be
      compiled into independent SWFs? I have no functionality inside these
      SWFs, only graphics.

      Any help much appreciated.

      Nishant

        • 1. Re: One Project - Multiple SWFs
          Level 7

          "nishantkyal" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
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          > Hi,
          >
          > I've a project where I'm creating a lot of content as SWFs which is
          > loaded by the main application. These content SWFs are not modules and
          > will be loaded by SWFLoader.
          >
          > I want to know how can I create these (large number of) content SWFs
          > using flex. The content will be residing in nested folders.
          >
          > As far as I know, we can create SWFs by either compiling flex
          > applications or thru FLAs. Is there a way flex components can be
          > compiled into independent SWFs? I have no functionality inside these
          > SWFs, only graphics.
          >
          > Any help much appreciated.

          I think you need to compile a CSS style sheet into a swc, if that's what you
          need.

          HTH;

          Amy


          • 2. Re: One Project - Multiple SWFs
            Gregory Lafrance Level 6
            You could always compile the code into separate Flex applications. Then load their SWFs in the main app and let them interact. You might even just be able to compile them into SWC libraries, which might be the better choice.
            • 3. Re: One Project - Multiple SWFs
              ntsiii Level 3
              If there is no functionality, I would use Flash.
              • 4. Re: One Project - Multiple SWFs
                nishantkyal Level 1

                The solution I'm currently using is Flash and also ant to bulk compile applications for those that are better written using flex. Thanks