I am kind of baffled by the use of Flash Project in Flash Builder 4.
Flex Project is for build RIA\Flex applications with a design view available for creating the GUI.
ActionScript projects allow you to program\debug AS3 code and only when you run the application you get a visual feedback.
1) But when will I want to use Flash Projects?
The reason I am asking is that I have a project that currently works by running a main swf file that in turn loads additional swf files (Sorry I can't show you a demo), switching the loaded swf every 30 seconds.
I am leaning to use a Flash Project to manage my project. On the other hand, I could move the entire project to Flex and implement the different swfs as different states of the GUI.
2) What do you think?
Thanks for your help and feedbacks.
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I would also want to add some details about my project that cause me to ponder on what project type to use.
1) My project involves multiple flash\swf files that are loaded during work. I need to manage their creation.
2) All my swfs are loaded as part of a single application that runs in the backgrounds and loads each swf to display different information.
3)I have many as3 files that I use and would also like to manage them properly.
4) I would have liked to manage the project under a cvs project, like you can do with Java, so I don't have to do manual backups.