> Robi Karp wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Has anyone had first hand experiences using or working with Flash Lite
> > applications?
> yes, in japan theres lots of mobile flash content.
> > If so, are there any comments regarding capability, speed, etc?
> its flash 4, so very basic scripting.
So does that mean you can't write "real" applications with it?
I was reading this:
It seems they've done the entire UI in flash. Given what you said
above, how would that be possible then?
> > Also, I was under the impression that network connectivity, service
> > provision to Flash Lite enabled phones required a special FlashCast
> > server (or something similar). Can anyone confirm or deny that?
> not required. flashcast is MM's carrier facing solution, a little like
> an aggregation biz for them. maybe "matchmaking" is a better word :0
> if the phone supports flash, content can be accessed.
> flashcast clientside adds a few other funcs like local memory tho.
So if I want to do network connectivity with Flash I would be limited
to such constructs as getUrl(), is that correct? Or, can I get an
- Robi Karp
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Received on Thu Jul 7 01:28:00 2005