Chapter 20. Introduction to Data Integration
IN THIS CHAPTER
We have discussed dynamic content in Chapter 18, "External ActionScript," and Chapter 19, "Loading Visual Content," but this chapter is different. All we have brought into Flash externally are the ActionScript classes we have built, which can be brought in only during compiling of the .swf file. And we have brought in other .swf files as well as a few image formats, which can be brought in during runtime. But that does not do the concept of dynamic content justice.
Before we go through some of the fundamental ways Flash handles data transfer, it is important to fully understand the benefits of dynamic content.