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Rahesh Kumar
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Hi,

I have started to learn Flex and have a query regarding it. I came to know after going through the basics that FLex converts the code (Action scripts and mxml) to swf file which can be ran directly in the client side. can you please let me know while packaging the delivery for clients, is it enough if we send only these generated swf files? I may be wrong in my understanding, Kindly correct me if I am wrong.
Thanks for your help in advance

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Rahesh
Paul Sturrock
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is it enough if we send only these generated swf files?

Yes.


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Satish Kore
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Flex application are compiled into .SWF files and SWF files are rendered and executed by Flash Player either in browser or stand-alone. When you are developing Flex applications to run in browser it makes no sense to send raw SWF files. Usually Flex applications are packaged as an web archive .war file and like any other web project and deployed on your web server such as Tomcat.

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Rahesh Kumar
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Paul/Sathish,

Thanks a lot for your responses....



 
 
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