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Why Dynamic Content?

A quick definition of dynamic content could be: to always have current information, or to update regularly. For a better explanation of the importance of dynamic content, here are some of my own experiences with static and dynamic content.

When I first started building applications in Flash, way back in Flash 4, I used to create the interface, all the buttons, text fields, and movie clips right on the stage. And all the content would also either be on the stage with the other elements, or held in ActionScript waiting to be called. As clients began to request changes (and they always do), I would have to then go into the Flash document (because none of them would have Flash to be able to open the source file), find where the content was, and change it, hoping that I would not have to make another change, which of course I would.


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