Re: [Flashcoders] Flash CMS

2008-07-16 Thread tim shaya
Hi Paul,
I've recently played around with Drupal as well because it's open source,
built on PHP/MySQL and I've seen AMFPHP, SWFaddress, SWFobject modules for
it.

HOWEVER -- I started messing with Drupal 6.3, since the latest version is
Drupal 7, but quickly realized that if I wanted a fuller list of free 3rd
party modules I might have to use Drupal 5.x (5.8 last I heard). AMFPHP is
now part of the Services module.

Hope this helps.


On Thu, Jul 3, 2008 at 4:35 AM, Sunil Jolly [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 I've used Drupal with the AMFPHP module very successfully.

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Re: [Flashcoders] Flash CMS

2008-07-16 Thread Paul Andrews

Thanks Tim and Sunil - something to check out.

Paul
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Hi Paul,
I've recently played around with Drupal as well because it's open source,
built on PHP/MySQL and I've seen AMFPHP, SWFaddress, SWFobject modules for
it.

HOWEVER -- I started messing with Drupal 6.3, since the latest version is
Drupal 7, but quickly realized that if I wanted a fuller list of free 3rd
party modules I might have to use Drupal 5.x (5.8 last I heard). AMFPHP is
now part of the Services module.

Hope this helps.


On Thu, Jul 3, 2008 at 4:35 AM, Sunil Jolly [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


I've used Drupal with the AMFPHP module very successfully.

S



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RE: [Flashcoders] Flash CMS

2008-07-03 Thread Sunil Jolly
I've used Drupal with the AMFPHP module very successfully.

S

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From: Paul Andrews [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
Sent: 02 July 2008 11:05
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Subject: Re: [Flashcoders] Flash  CMS

Interesting - thank you.
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Sent: Wednesday, July 02, 2008 10:36 AM
Subject: Re: [Flashcoders] Flash  CMS


there are a few I like this one...
http://www.flashden.net/item/strongflashstrong-xml-editor/7588

Some others...
http://www.flashloaded.com/flashcomponents/fcms/

http://fcmspro.com/

http://flashblocks.com/

http://www.flashden.net/item/simple-website-strongcmsstrong/1074
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  Sent: Wednesday, July 02, 2008 9:50 AM
  Subject: [Flashcoders] Flash  CMS


  I just wondered if there was a favourite CMS that was popular for use
with
  Flash applications, or (as I suspect) do most developers just roll
their 
own
  with MySQL?

  Paul

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[Flashcoders] Flash CMS

2008-07-02 Thread Paul Andrews
I just wondered if there was a favourite CMS that was popular for use with 
Flash applications, or (as I suspect) do most developers just roll their own 
with MySQL?


Paul 


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Re: [Flashcoders] Flash CMS

2008-07-02 Thread Cedric Muller

Depends on what you need to do. And depends on what you are able to do.

I do prefer setting things up in a clean way and develop from scratch.

Some prefer using already existing systems and try to modulate /  
alterate / integrate. (Joomla or Typo3).


Depends on your (or your team) skills and on the time you have for  
developpement.
I think you are still better off rolling your own CMS (again:  
depending on the application's goals).
And by experience, regarding the application's evolution, taking over  
a custom CMS or a 'standard' CMS 's data is just the same. (none of  
them is a black box)


Cedric

I just wondered if there was a favourite CMS that was popular for  
use with Flash applications, or (as I suspect) do most developers  
just roll their own with MySQL?


Paul
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Re: [Flashcoders] Flash CMS

2008-07-02 Thread Paul Andrews
From what I've seen, most CMS platforms are (unsurprisingly) oriented 
towards HTML. I'm just checking that there isn't some Flash CMS gem out 
there that I'm not aware of. I can't help feeling that there's as much 
effort involved in bending Joomla (say) to be useful for flash as just 
rolling out some CMS functionality through a bespoke database.


This is just a finger in the air to test which way the wind blows in the 
flash community.


Paul
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From: Cedric Muller [EMAIL PROTECTED]

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Sent: Wednesday, July 02, 2008 9:58 AM
Subject: Re: [Flashcoders] Flash  CMS



Depends on what you need to do. And depends on what you are able to do.

I do prefer setting things up in a clean way and develop from scratch.

Some prefer using already existing systems and try to modulate /  alterate 
/ integrate. (Joomla or Typo3).


Depends on your (or your team) skills and on the time you have for 
developpement.
I think you are still better off rolling your own CMS (again:  depending 
on the application's goals).
And by experience, regarding the application's evolution, taking over  a 
custom CMS or a 'standard' CMS 's data is just the same. (none of  them is 
a black box)


Cedric

I just wondered if there was a favourite CMS that was popular for  use 
with Flash applications, or (as I suspect) do most developers  just roll 
their own with MySQL?


Paul
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Re: [Flashcoders] Flash CMS

2008-07-02 Thread Cedric Muller




From what I've seen, most CMS platforms are (unsurprisingly) oriented
towards HTML. I'm just checking that there isn't some Flash CMS gem  
out there that I'm not aware of. I can't help feeling that there's  
as much effort involved in bending Joomla (say) to be useful for  
flash as just rolling out some CMS functionality through a bespoke  
database.


There are some Flash CMS, though I can't remember their names. They  
should pop up in a few moments as a reply to this thread (hopefully) ;)


I share the same feeling as you do. I think this depends on the  
developper. Some prefer using already working systems. Others prefer  
rolling their own.
In the end this is all about the scope and how you structure your  
application.


Reuse or reinvent ? I do prefer to reinvent (weird but ... there I  
have my style)


Cedric



This is just a finger in the air to test which way the wind blows  
in the flash community.


Paul
- Original Message - From: Cedric Muller  
[EMAIL PROTECTED]

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Sent: Wednesday, July 02, 2008 9:58 AM
Subject: Re: [Flashcoders] Flash  CMS


Depends on what you need to do. And depends on what you are able  
to do.


I do prefer setting things up in a clean way and develop from  
scratch.


Some prefer using already existing systems and try to modulate /   
alterate / integrate. (Joomla or Typo3).


Depends on your (or your team) skills and on the time you have for  
developpement.
I think you are still better off rolling your own CMS (again:   
depending on the application's goals).
And by experience, regarding the application's evolution, taking  
over  a custom CMS or a 'standard' CMS 's data is just the same.  
(none of  them is a black box)


Cedric

I just wondered if there was a favourite CMS that was popular  
for  use with Flash applications, or (as I suspect) do most  
developers  just roll their own with MySQL?


Paul
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Re: [Flashcoders] Flash CMS

2008-07-02 Thread SJM
there are a few I like this one...
http://www.flashden.net/item/strongflashstrong-xml-editor/7588

Some others...
http://www.flashloaded.com/flashcomponents/fcms/

http://fcmspro.com/

http://flashblocks.com/

http://www.flashden.net/item/simple-website-strongcmsstrong/1074
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  Sent: Wednesday, July 02, 2008 9:50 AM
  Subject: [Flashcoders] Flash  CMS


  I just wondered if there was a favourite CMS that was popular for use with 
  Flash applications, or (as I suspect) do most developers just roll their own 
  with MySQL?

  Paul 

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Re: [Flashcoders] Flash CMS

2008-07-02 Thread Ashim D'Silva
We normally use our own CMS running off MySQL, however, we have worked
with Alfresco as well. XML makes things pretty easy to integrate
although there are always hiccups you'll face. In which case, it's
good to have some server side script on your side to translate if
nessecary, especially with WebServices.

2008/7/2 Paul Andrews [EMAIL PROTECTED]:
 From what I've seen, most CMS platforms are (unsurprisingly) oriented

 towards HTML. I'm just checking that there isn't some Flash CMS gem out
 there that I'm not aware of. I can't help feeling that there's as much
 effort involved in bending Joomla (say) to be useful for flash as just
 rolling out some CMS functionality through a bespoke database.

 This is just a finger in the air to test which way the wind blows in the
 flash community.

 Paul
 - Original Message - From: Cedric Muller [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: Flash Coders List flashcoders@chattyfig.figleaf.com
 Sent: Wednesday, July 02, 2008 9:58 AM
 Subject: Re: [Flashcoders] Flash  CMS


 Depends on what you need to do. And depends on what you are able to do.

 I do prefer setting things up in a clean way and develop from scratch.

 Some prefer using already existing systems and try to modulate /  alterate
 / integrate. (Joomla or Typo3).

 Depends on your (or your team) skills and on the time you have for
 developpement.
 I think you are still better off rolling your own CMS (again:  depending
 on the application's goals).
 And by experience, regarding the application's evolution, taking over  a
 custom CMS or a 'standard' CMS 's data is just the same. (none of  them is a
 black box)

 Cedric

 I just wondered if there was a favourite CMS that was popular for  use
 with Flash applications, or (as I suspect) do most developers  just roll
 their own with MySQL?

 Paul
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Re: [Flashcoders] Flash CMS

2008-07-02 Thread Paul Andrews

Interesting - thank you.
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Sent: Wednesday, July 02, 2008 10:36 AM
Subject: Re: [Flashcoders] Flash  CMS


there are a few I like this one...
http://www.flashden.net/item/strongflashstrong-xml-editor/7588

Some others...
http://www.flashloaded.com/flashcomponents/fcms/

http://fcmspro.com/

http://flashblocks.com/

http://www.flashden.net/item/simple-website-strongcmsstrong/1074
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 Sent: Wednesday, July 02, 2008 9:50 AM
 Subject: [Flashcoders] Flash  CMS


 I just wondered if there was a favourite CMS that was popular for use with
 Flash applications, or (as I suspect) do most developers just roll their 
own

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Re: [Flashcoders] Flash CMS

2008-07-02 Thread Paul Andrews

Thanks Ashim.

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Sent: Wednesday, July 02, 2008 10:45 AM
Subject: Re: [Flashcoders] Flash  CMS



We normally use our own CMS running off MySQL, however, we have worked
with Alfresco as well. XML makes things pretty easy to integrate
although there are always hiccups you'll face. In which case, it's
good to have some server side script on your side to translate if
nessecary, especially with WebServices.

2008/7/2 Paul Andrews [EMAIL PROTECTED]:

From what I've seen, most CMS platforms are (unsurprisingly) oriented


towards HTML. I'm just checking that there isn't some Flash CMS gem out
there that I'm not aware of. I can't help feeling that there's as much
effort involved in bending Joomla (say) to be useful for flash as just
rolling out some CMS functionality through a bespoke database.

This is just a finger in the air to test which way the wind blows in the
flash community.

Paul
- Original Message - From: Cedric Muller [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: Flash Coders List flashcoders@chattyfig.figleaf.com
Sent: Wednesday, July 02, 2008 9:58 AM
Subject: Re: [Flashcoders] Flash  CMS



Depends on what you need to do. And depends on what you are able to do.

I do prefer setting things up in a clean way and develop from scratch.

Some prefer using already existing systems and try to modulate / 
alterate

/ integrate. (Joomla or Typo3).

Depends on your (or your team) skills and on the time you have for
developpement.
I think you are still better off rolling your own CMS (again:  depending
on the application's goals).
And by experience, regarding the application's evolution, taking over  a
custom CMS or a 'standard' CMS 's data is just the same. (none of  them 
is a

black box)

Cedric


I just wondered if there was a favourite CMS that was popular for  use
with Flash applications, or (as I suspect) do most developers  just 
roll

their own with MySQL?

Paul
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Re: [Flashcoders] Flash CMS

2008-07-02 Thread namrita.srivastava
can anyone give me a link as to where can i find a knowledge base on - 
Actionscript Virtual Machine-1 ???




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Interesting - thank you.
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Sent: Wednesday, July 02, 2008 10:36 AM
Subject: Re: [Flashcoders] Flash  CMS


there are a few I like this one...
http://www.flashden.net/item/strongflashstrong-xml-editor/7588

Some others...
http://www.flashloaded.com/flashcomponents/fcms/

http://fcmspro.com/

http://flashblocks.com/

http://www.flashden.net/item/simple-website-strongcmsstrong/1074
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 Sent: Wednesday, July 02, 2008 9:50 AM
 Subject: [Flashcoders] Flash  CMS


 I just wondered if there was a favourite CMS that was popular for use 
with
 Flash applications, or (as I suspect) do most developers just roll their 
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RE: [Flashcoders] Flash CMS

2008-07-02 Thread Merrill, Jason
We use Visual Source Safe and it's great with Flash/Flex and graphics
projects (anything really).  But it isn't free either.

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I just wondered if there was a favourite CMS that was popular 
for use with Flash applications, or (as I suspect) do most 
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Re: [Flashcoders] Flash CMS

2008-07-02 Thread John R. Sweeney Jr
I thought that Visual Safe Source was version control software, not a
Content Management System??

Later,
John


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RE: [Flashcoders] Flash CMS

2008-07-02 Thread Merrill, Jason
I'm sorry, you're right - I read the thread to fast, I thought they said
CVS, not CMS!

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I thought that Visual Safe Source was version control 
software, not a Content Management System??

Later,
John


on 7/2/08 12:35 PM, Merrill, Jason at 
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 We use Visual Source Safe and it's great with Flash/Flex 
and graphics 
 projects (anything really).  But it isn't free either.


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Re: [Flashcoders] Flash CMS

2008-07-02 Thread Paul Andrews
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I'm sorry, you're right - I read the thread to fast, I thought they said
CVS, not CMS!


Ah! I thought you had some clever innovation there for a minute!

Paul

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Re: [Flashcoders] Flash CMS

2008-07-02 Thread John R. Sweeney Jr
No problem. I just wanted to be sure the VSS hadn't changed behind my back.
:)



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[Flashcoders] FLASH CMS

2007-09-09 Thread Claudio M. E. Bastos Iorio
I'm currently doing some research on flash CMS. The idea is to build my own
using Flash CS3. The backend will be ASP.NET(C#) and MSSQL.

 

. I have many questions, the first one is: what do you think is the
best approach? For example, suppose I need to edit some text (content) and
properties (bold). So, this text, once edited, will be a html string like
'bthis text in bold/'. Should I store this value in a database or XML
file associated with some 'template file'  OR does flash allow me to
create/generate a movie file (lets say 'movie_bold_text.swf') as a result?

. Is any CMS out there (preferably open source) that I should see?

 

I hope you guys could point me to any URL that you consider, tutorials, AS3
classes to see. TIA.   

 

 

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Re: [Flashcoders] FLASH CMS

2007-09-09 Thread Ron Wheeler

OpenCMs and Lenya


Claudio M. E. Bastos Iorio wrote:

I'm currently doing some research on flash CMS. The idea is to build my own
using Flash CS3. The backend will be ASP.NET(C#) and MSSQL.

 


. I have many questions, the first one is: what do you think is the
best approach? For example, suppose I need to edit some text (content) and
properties (bold). So, this text, once edited, will be a html string like
'bthis text in bold/'. Should I store this value in a database or XML
file associated with some 'template file'  OR does flash allow me to
create/generate a movie file (lets say 'movie_bold_text.swf') as a result?

. Is any CMS out there (preferably open source) that I should see?

 


I hope you guys could point me to any URL that you consider, tutorials, AS3
classes to see. TIA.   

 

 


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Re: [Flashcoders] FLASH CMS

2007-09-09 Thread Steven Sacks

http://www.10cms.com/

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Ron Wheeler wrote:

OpenCMs and Lenya


Claudio M. E. Bastos Iorio wrote:
I'm currently doing some research on flash CMS. The idea is to build 
my own

using Flash CS3. The backend will be ASP.NET(C#) and MSSQL.

 

. I have many questions, the first one is: what do you think 
is the
best approach? For example, suppose I need to edit some text (content) 
and

properties (bold). So, this text, once edited, will be a html string like
'bthis text in bold/'. Should I store this value in a database or XML
file associated with some 'template file'  OR does flash allow me to
create/generate a movie file (lets say 'movie_bold_text.swf') as a 
result?


. Is any CMS out there (preferably open source) that I should 
see?


 

I hope you guys could point me to any URL that you consider, 
tutorials, AS3
classes to see. TIA.  
 

 


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 http://www.blumer.com.ar/ http://www.blumer.com.ar

 


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RE: [Flashcoders] FLASH CMS

2007-09-09 Thread Claudio M. E. Bastos Iorio
Thanks for your response!
As I see, Lenya and OpenCMS are both 'html' CMS. 
Now what I'm trying to do is flash based CMS. For example: Start CMS, select
a template or start with a blank. Drag a textbox to stage, edit content,
edit styles. Drag a picturebox to stage, set url image or upload the file.
Insert an external movie file, drag the movie to a desired position. Save.
And then, generates/writes swf file (possible?) or generate a template-like
swf file linked to a file (XML - database) with information about content
(images, movies, text, coordinates). Later, re-login and edit the contents
or add 'user restrictions to page' module, whatever.

What do you think?   

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http://www.blumer.com.ar

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From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Ron Wheeler
Sent: Sunday, September 09, 2007 1:36 PM
To: flashcoders@chattyfig.figleaf.com
Subject: Re: [Flashcoders] FLASH CMS

OpenCMs and Lenya


Claudio M. E. Bastos Iorio wrote:
 I'm currently doing some research on flash CMS. The idea is to build my
own
 using Flash CS3. The backend will be ASP.NET(C#) and MSSQL.

  

 . I have many questions, the first one is: what do you think is
the
 best approach? For example, suppose I need to edit some text (content) and
 properties (bold). So, this text, once edited, will be a html string like
 'bthis text in bold/'. Should I store this value in a database or XML
 file associated with some 'template file'  OR does flash allow me to
 create/generate a movie file (lets say 'movie_bold_text.swf') as a result?

 . Is any CMS out there (preferably open source) that I should see?

  

 I hope you guys could point me to any URL that you consider, tutorials,
AS3
 classes to see. TIA.   

  

  

 __

 Claudio M. E. Bastos Iorio

  http://www.blumer.com.ar/ http://www.blumer.com.ar

  

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RE: [Flashcoders] FLASH CMS

2007-09-09 Thread Claudio M. E. Bastos Iorio
Yes, you're right. You can find it here http://flashblocks.com/ . That's
exactly what I'm trying to do. I didn't find a trial version on site :( .  
http://www.10cms.com/ looks fine, but I don't think the project is active,
since website says that trial registration are full and there's no price.
Thanks to all of you reading this and specially anyone who could contribute.
At this part, this is more a 'thinking out loud' and research, and all
links, ideas from you guys help me a lot.
I've found a .NET library that creates swf files. This could be the solution
to 'save' the created files. So, I still need the GUI (in flash). But at
this point I'm wondering if there is something more 'consistent', maybe
using new adobe AIR? Can I create/write swf files in AIR?

TIA 

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From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Glen Pike
Sent: Sunday, September 09, 2007 3:05 PM
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Subject: Re: [Flashcoders] FLASH CMS

FlashBlocks is an example of this - don't know the URL - but it is not 
Open Source...


Claudio M. E. Bastos Iorio wrote:
 Thanks for your response!
 As I see, Lenya and OpenCMS are both 'html' CMS. 
 Now what I'm trying to do is flash based CMS. For example: Start CMS,
select
 a template or start with a blank. Drag a textbox to stage, edit content,
 edit styles. Drag a picturebox to stage, set url image or upload the file.
 Insert an external movie file, drag the movie to a desired position. Save.
 And then, generates/writes swf file (possible?) or generate a
template-like
 swf file linked to a file (XML - database) with information about content
 (images, movies, text, coordinates). Later, re-login and edit the contents
 or add 'user restrictions to page' module, whatever.

 What do you think?   

 __
 Claudio M. E. Bastos Iorio
 http://www.blumer.com.ar

 -Original Message-
 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Ron
Wheeler
 Sent: Sunday, September 09, 2007 1:36 PM
 To: flashcoders@chattyfig.figleaf.com
 Subject: Re: [Flashcoders] FLASH CMS

 OpenCMs and Lenya


 Claudio M. E. Bastos Iorio wrote:
   
 I'm currently doing some research on flash CMS. The idea is to build my
 
 own
   
 using Flash CS3. The backend will be ASP.NET(C#) and MSSQL.

  

 . I have many questions, the first one is: what do you think is
 
 the
   
 best approach? For example, suppose I need to edit some text (content)
and
 properties (bold). So, this text, once edited, will be a html string like
 'bthis text in bold/'. Should I store this value in a database or XML
 file associated with some 'template file'  OR does flash allow me to
 create/generate a movie file (lets say 'movie_bold_text.swf') as a
result?

 . Is any CMS out there (preferably open source) that I should
see?

  

 I hope you guys could point me to any URL that you consider, tutorials,
 
 AS3
   
 classes to see. TIA.   

  

  

 __

 Claudio M. E. Bastos Iorio

  http://www.blumer.com.ar/ http://www.blumer.com.ar

  

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Re: [Flashcoders] Flash CMS

2007-08-22 Thread Eric Walton
I would be very interested in this as well and would also be willing to help
out with it too.


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On 8/21/07, Gilles Roquefeuil [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Hello Corban,

 I've been working on such a CMS for 2 years now, but i haven't yet
 totally finished (no doc, code optimisation not done, etc...)
 As for today, this CMS lacks a 'creation' module, i.e. I generate by
 hand the first site with chapters, subchapters,etc as a 'template'.
 Then everything is editable.
 The CMS doesn't require database, just PHP.
 If you're interested, i can provide links and access to test sites.

 Gilles
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Re: [Flashcoders] Flash CMS

2007-08-22 Thread hervé hubert

same here ... even in french ;-)
hh

Le 22 août 07 à 18:34, Eric Walton a écrit :

I would be very interested in this as well and would also be  
willing to help

out with it too.


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On 8/21/07, Gilles Roquefeuil [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


Hello Corban,

I've been working on such a CMS for 2 years now, but i haven't yet
totally finished (no doc, code optimisation not done, etc...)
As for today, this CMS lacks a 'creation' module, i.e. I generate by
hand the first site with chapters, subchapters,etc as a 'template'.
Then everything is editable.
The CMS doesn't require database, just PHP.
If you're interested, i can provide links and access to test sites.

Gilles
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[Flashcoders] Flash CMS

2007-08-21 Thread Corban Baxter
Is there a good Flash CMS available for us that allows users to add sections
to nav and sub navs based on templates we setup via XML. Or just a large
robust Flash System that you all would recommend the cheaper the better. :)

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Re: [Flashcoders] Flash CMS

2007-08-21 Thread Gilles Roquefeuil

Hello Corban,

I've been working on such a CMS for 2 years now, but i haven't yet  
totally finished (no doc, code optimisation not done, etc...)
As for today, this CMS lacks a 'creation' module, i.e. I generate by  
hand the first site with chapters, subchapters,etc as a 'template'.  
Then everything is editable.

The CMS doesn't require database, just PHP.
If you're interested, i can provide links and access to test sites.


Gilles
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Re: [Flashcoders] flash cms

2007-03-18 Thread Eric Walton

Oh ok.



On 3/18/07, Snepo - Arse [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


Eric,

I'm not sure what you mean by 'not right'?

The downloadable versions of Depot have no such restrictions.

The demo is currently not working as we have been moving servers
though al demos are available within the download.

Regards,

Arse
www.snepo.com
www.arseiam.com


On 18/03/2007, at 4:29 AM, Eric Walton wrote:

Just a note, I was looking at snepo  and right off the bat here is
what I
found which is not right.

Click the folder name to browse and retrieve Depot data. In this demo
you
are not able to add a new Depot instance or change user permissions.
This is
because Depot Explorer is connected to our live Depot instance hosted at
depot.snepo.com





On 3/17/07, Chris Tague [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Snepo was the one i waas looking at! It looks interesting, i didn't
 realise
 though that it was one where you could update content directly
 through the
 flash app..

 I was actualy looing for a simple kind of admin interface which rather
 than
 writing content to the database, stores files images etc. into a
 directory
 structure and writes xml files for flash to then read in.

 thanks for the link though, i will check snepo out for another
 project i
 have.



 On 3/17/07, Snepo - Arse [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 
  We make a Data Platform for Flash that removes the need for a
  database and middle ware:
 
  http://depot.snepo.com
 
  Not a CMS but you can handle all your data/permission management
  through AS and/or the Flash IDE so dynamic content development with
  Depot is a cinch.
 
  Regards,
 
  Arse
  www.arseiam.com
  www.snepo.com
 
 
 
   Hello,
  
   The other day i ran accross a link to a CMS system specifically
 for
   flash
   that doesn't require a database, i can't for the life of me find
   that link
   now...anyone know what i was talking about? I think it was
   developed by a
   fairly well known flash developer..
  
   anyone help me out?
  
   thanks!
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Re: [Flashcoders] flash cms

2007-03-17 Thread Snepo - Arse
We make a Data Platform for Flash that removes the need for a  
database and middle ware:


http://depot.snepo.com

Not a CMS but you can handle all your data/permission management  
through AS and/or the Flash IDE so dynamic content development with  
Depot is a cinch.


Regards,

Arse
www.arseiam.com
www.snepo.com




Hello,

The other day i ran accross a link to a CMS system specifically for  
flash
that doesn't require a database, i can't for the life of me find  
that link
now...anyone know what i was talking about? I think it was  
developed by a

fairly well known flash developer..

anyone help me out?

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Re: [Flashcoders] flash cms

2007-03-17 Thread Eric Walton

Try this or

http://www.flashblocks.com/

On 3/16/07, Chris Tague [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


Hello,

The other day i ran accross a link to a CMS system specifically for flash
that doesn't require a database, i can't for the life of me find that link
now...anyone know what i was talking about? I think it was developed by a
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Re: [Flashcoders] flash cms

2007-03-17 Thread Chris Tague

Snepo was the one i waas looking at! It looks interesting, i didn't realise
though that it was one where you could update content directly through the
flash app..

I was actualy looing for a simple kind of admin interface which rather than
writing content to the database, stores files images etc. into a directory
structure and writes xml files for flash to then read in.

thanks for the link though, i will check snepo out for another project i
have.



On 3/17/07, Snepo - Arse [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


We make a Data Platform for Flash that removes the need for a
database and middle ware:

http://depot.snepo.com

Not a CMS but you can handle all your data/permission management
through AS and/or the Flash IDE so dynamic content development with
Depot is a cinch.

Regards,

Arse
www.arseiam.com
www.snepo.com



 Hello,

 The other day i ran accross a link to a CMS system specifically for
 flash
 that doesn't require a database, i can't for the life of me find
 that link
 now...anyone know what i was talking about? I think it was
 developed by a
 fairly well known flash developer..

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Re: [Flashcoders] flash cms

2007-03-17 Thread Eric Walton

You are welcome, thanks for the heads up on the other one.

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On 3/17/07, Chris Tague [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


Snepo was