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Chapter 14. Creating Interaction with Ac... > Creating runtime data bindings using...

Creating runtime data bindings using ActionScript

If you use components to create applications, it’s often necessary to add bindings between those components so that you can interact with data or have components interact with each other. Interaction between components is necessary for creating usable forms or interfaces that your users can interact with. You can use the Bindings tab in the Component inspector to add bindings between components on the Stage. You can use the Bindings tab in the Component inspector to bind data between components on the Stage.

For more information on using the Bindings tab, see “Working with bindings in the Bindings tab (Flash Professional only)” in Flash Help. You can also find additional information in the following online articles: Building a Tip of the day Application (Part 2), Data Binding in Macromedia Flash MX Professional 2004, and Building a Google Search Application with Macromedia Flash MX Professional.


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