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XML Transfer Support

Websites are evolving from static, brochure-ware based pages to data rich, interactive web applications. Transferring information to and from client-side applications to server-side architectures requires a hefty data conduit and must support a standard format for data exchange.

Flash 5 allows developers to utilize XML structured data within their Flash-based Web Applications for a broad range of e-commerce purposes. Using XML for rich data and Flash, companies can create sales forms, virtual shopping carts, customer surveys and stock availability matrixes. Continuous XML connectivity allows immediate updates of any mission-critical information to be displayed.

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Added: 2000-08-28
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