'Fjax just uses Flash to handle XML. Why? Because it's so darn good at
it.' LOL, yeah right!

It's ridiculous. Browser issues are nullified by libraries like dojo,
prototype, et al. An interesting use of flash and js combined is the
storage mechanism in the dojo toolkit:
http://codinginparadise.org/projects/dojo_storage/release/dojo/tests/storage/test_storage.html#

Regards,
Michael

On 6/23/06, Ville Walveranta <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

Yes.. why not use remoting instead? Much cleaner from both the Flash and
server perspective. Of course, perhaps with aid of AJAX Flash front-end can
be fitted to more back-ends.

Ville

-----Original Message-----
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Seems like a hack to me, from both the AJAX programming and Flash
programming perspective.

Mike
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