Monday, March 29, 2004

Macromedia flexes Flash muscle | CNET News.com

Macromedia flexes Flash muscle | CNET News.com: "Macromedia is set to release on Monday a new server product intended to expand the use of its Flash format for presenting Web applications.
Flex, formerly code-named Royale, allows developers to create scripts in common languages such as Java and .Net and to run them on top of Web applications. Flex breaks them down into a Macromedia dialect of extensible markup language (XML) that can be read by the Flash Player, the widespread Flash client commonly used to spice up Web pages."
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