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Chapter 23. Integrating ColdFusion with ... > A Basic Account Management System

A Basic Account Management System

Now that you have a basic grasp of the server-side functionality, we're going to walk through an entire application that utilizes some of the new features. As mentioned earlier, this application could be developed the old way using LoadVars or the XML object. Our goal is to walk through the development of an application that shows the power and capabilities of Flash Remoting. There are so many new server-side components that it's almost like learning an entirely new program. We can't cover everything in this chapter, but this application should be just enough to intrigue you and get you started developing your own Flash/ColdFusion applications.

This example requires that you have ColdFusion MX installed and running. A 30-day trial version can be found at http://www.macromedia.com/cfusion/tdrc/index.cfm?product=coldfusion. You'll also need the Flash MX 2004 add-ons, which contain the ActionScript classes and components necessary to connect to the Flash Gateway and help you debug your application. The application will be tested and run from localhost, and you can change this to whatever your IP address or hostname is. You'll see this specified in the ActionScript code shortly.


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