This example briefly illustrates many of the interactive and dynamic scripting abilities of Flash 4. Flash 4's ability to present dynamic content isn't limited to using Generator. While there are tons of amazing things you can do with Generator (take a look at the Tiffany & Co. website), there are also tons of things that you can do with a simple 'ol database, or even a text file, on the backend.
In Part I of this tutorial, we'll look at receiving dynamic values from a CGI, and duplicating movie clips. For our purposes, that lets us ask a question with up to seven possible answers. In part II, we'll talk about how to send the user's response back to a CGI script and how to save that response.
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|Jei Gaither is a web developer in Austin, TX. His projects out-weigh his spare time, but he still manages to find new uses for Flash and creative interfaces.|
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