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Building Flash-based websites using Flex

Building Flash-based websites using Flex
Lesson 9 – Deep Linking

by Alex goh, associate trainer @ LAB School ( http://lab.edu.sg/ ), Adobe Authorized Training Centre, Singapore

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  • 1. Building Flash-based websites using Flex Lesson 9 – Deep Linking Alex Goh info@alekkus.com
  • 2. Agenda ● Myth ● Deep-linking ● BrowserManager class
  • 3. Myth ● Myth: Pages with a Flash-sites cannot be navigated with a unique URL. ● True for Flash player version 8 or earlier versions. ● Resolved in Flash Player 9 called Deep Linking.
  • 4. Deep Linking ● Provide a way for Flash to navigate to specific page within the Flash content by accessing the URL ● However, when URL changes, the HTML file containing the SWF file reloads, so how's that possible? ● Make use of the anchor (#) link. e.g. Wikipedia uses anchor link to navigate to specific section within a page. ● Flash make use of anchor link to navigate to specific page/state within the Flash content.
  • 5. BrowserManager Class ● Flex achieves Deep Linking by setting up the BrowserManager object. ● Once set up, any change to the URL will trigger a event of type, BrowserChangeEvent. ● Setting up: Function to call when user change the URL, either by typing or clicking on the browser's back/forward button.