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The following link points to the W3C schools resource section for flash: Intro to Flash W3schools is known the web over for encompassing all the most important web programming languages, standards, and innovations in one large encyclopedic style website. The intro to Flash covers all the basics a beginner would need: html knowledge, flash editing platform, web browser, server, etc. After reading the intro, W3Schools also has a wealth of Flash information for the intermediate and advanced developer, including animations tips, techniques, and methods. W3Schools is also very helpful for other programming languages, most notably HTML, XML, PHP, and many others. Enjoy! 🙂
Microsoft is eager for Flash developers to use its search engine! A fairly recent post in their downloads section contains sample code for integrating Flash and the Live.com search API through a SOAP interface. This is a good development, which teams the speediness and scope of XML and Flash’s rich graphical interface capabilities. In sum total, you can create fairly reliable search apps that query Live.com for results. It might also be possible to parse these results according to the needs of your particular website. Microsoft suggests Macromedia Flash 8 Professional as a development platform. You’ll also need an application ID that will allow you to access the Live.com API. Enjoy! Flash Code Samples for Live Search API
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