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|Nov 29, 2007, 12:04 AM||#1|
C++ Program communicating with the website's flash
I want to write a C++ program which will communicate with the website's flash .swf file. I am using MAC OS X 10.4 & Carbon framework for the developement.
As flash in the website is server side & C++ is client side, I am not getting exact idea about where to start with it & how to accomplish it. Shall I use dynamic library(.dylib) stuff for it to complete. I want to catch events takes place in the .swf on the website.
There may be many options but which will be the best & supporting on MAC OS X 10.4
help is greatly appreciated.
|Nov 29, 2007, 02:07 AM||#2|
From the many options you have on the mac, I think using Cocoa for development will be the only viable one.
|Nov 29, 2007, 07:27 AM||#3|
I don't think Flash has any way to export events to a client machine (I could be wrong). Wouldn't it be simpler just to make a client / server application using Java or some such?
You'll get better help if you posted in the programming forum though.
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|Dec 14, 2007, 06:08 AM||#4|
This is the way I found after seraching the apple list archive & net. Is there any other way to accomplish it?
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