Ok, i have a couple of questions.
First let me tell you. When I deployed my first Flex 2
Application, I realized that now FSK make the swf file and the html
files which have the code needed embed the swf file, and that files
must be placed on the server. Ok. i'm right i think.
Now, i have just downloaded FDS and after i installed it i
watched the samples and looking at the address bar i could see that
the extension that the file the server takes now is an mxml file,
just like the previous version of Flex, and then the server
generates the swf file. Does it mean that if we work with FDS we
must place all the mxml application files on the server??? and why
we don't need that when we deploy applications that don't require
interaction with FDS???
The main purpose of FDS is to provide smart data management
capabilities between your Flex app and the back-end database. It
also has the capability to compile Flex applications on-the-fly,
but you don't need to use this feature. In fact, I would advise not
using this feature at all. Just compile your SWFs locally and place
them on the server as you've been doing before.
So i can deploy in two ways, the first one placing the mxml
files on the server and let the server generate the swf file and
view the application based on the mxml files, and the other,
placing the swf files and the html files and view the application
based on the html and the swf file.