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Chapter 22. External Communications > Communicating Locally

Communicating Locally

Your Macromedia Flash movies can run in one of several environments. The most common environment is the Flash Player in a Web browser. You can also run a Flash movie as a standalone projector or inside a Macromedia Director movie. In all these cases, the movie can communicate with the environment in a number of ways. In this section, you'll look at how the movie can communicate with the local environment if it is running in the Flash Player in a browser or as a projector.

→ Two important means of communicating locally, Shared Object and LocalConnection, are covered in Chapter 21, “Advanced ActionScript,” under “The Shared Object Class,” page 602, and “The LocalConnection Class,” page 596.



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