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Documentation file for the XML table constructor kit

Generating dynamic tables in flash using an external XML file.

Separating the presentation layer from the data layer establishes a level of flexibility which can reduce the cost of development. It also creates an opportunity to build smart flash object SWF's which can dynamically regenerate themselves without need for updating the source FLA file. Much of the trickery that requires Generator can be accomplished this way. Expert programming experience required for this tutorial.

Note: This sample file can be the basis for a more extensive table. If you need assistance in developing a final solution, you may contact 6footmedia at Here's an explanation of what's going on:
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Added: 2001-10-01
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