In the example they expect you to implement IExternalizable. This is only
needed if you want to preserve properties that do not have both a getter and
a setter. In most cases a public var is enough, then you wont have to
implement the IExternalizable.
I wanted to know, can I then just send the
I came across a post on storing custom classes as an AMF object. It
explains how to do the following.
If you ever need to store the state of a custom object in a ByteArray
or SharedObject, or send a custom object through a LocalConnection,
there are a few simple steps you can take that will
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