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Adobe Flash Remoting

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Adobe Flash Remoting

Adobe Flash Remoting
Developer(s) Adobe Systems,formerly Macromedia
Stable release MX
Operating system Windows, Mac OS X
Website N/A

Flash remoting is a technology built into Adobe's Flash player that allows for seamless transmission of data between the server and the client. Remote methods, in the language native to the server, are made accessible to the client. The server will return the requested data, correctly typed to the Flash player. This eliminates the need for the developer to handle the serialization of

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