This question is about using unsigned Runtime Shared Library .
This line is from Adobe site :
Unsigned RSLs are normal SWF files and are not loaded into the Flash Player Cache. Instead, these RSLs rely on the browser's cache to keep them from being downloaded.
What does it mean by this line "these RSLs rely on the browser's cache to keep them from being downloaded." and in what scenarios we prefer unsigned RSL rather than a going for Signed RSL's ??
Please share your ideas .
A signed RSL is always preferable because it can be served from any domain
so anyone who has used that RSL in another app helps your apps.
However, Adobe is only signing its own RSLs so custom RSLs you build are not
eligible for the signed RSL cache and at best can only be cached by the
browser (and potentially flushed from the browser cache).
Thank you .