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You can put your Flex app anywhere you want in your web server, and refer to it via the URL. My whole website is just one Flex app:
I have a SWF ChikaraDev.swf that is referenced in index.html, the main page of my Flex app.
So you can have a variety of SWF files referenced in your web pages and presto, your Flex apps are hosted. The FB3 help has info on this.
so don't you pay adobe for using their technology in your website (or for commercial purposes). I am unable to find a good place to check this out. I may even plan to use Flex Data Services, Blaze DS....I want to build a commercial web based flex app and just want to know how much I would need to pay out of my pocket. So far I know that the IDE costs. I am not sure of Flex Data Services or Flex Lifecycle....I was able to download a preconfigured tomcat server with FDS in it but adobe website seems to have trial versions of it. I wonder if FDS costs too?
I believe the free FDS (now called LSDS) does not support clustering. There may be other restrictions. You don't pay Sun when you create a Java app, same for Flex.