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Hacks #86-96

Since its inception, Flash has been intimately tied to web browsers. Granted, Flash can create Projectors that use the Standalone Player to play SWF files, but most Flash content is viewed through web browsers, courtesy of the ubiquitous Flash Player browser plugin (for Internet Explorer on Windows, it is an ActiveX control).

Ironically, part of the world's love-hate relationship with Flash is based on misconceptions. Many web developers and users don't realize the extent to which Flash works with browsers. In this chapter, we'll see how to integrate Flash with standard browser conventions, such as the Back button [Hack #94], and search engines like Google.


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