[Asual] SWFAddress v1.1

The stuff looks neat. But, am still not sure whether we need it as now we have History Management built in as part of the Flex project compilation. Checkout the demo.

SWFAddress is a small script that sits on top of SWFObject and provides deep linking for Flash websites and applications. In other words it enables the Back, Forward and Reload buttons of the browser and creates unique URLs with page titles that can be sent over email or IM. SWFAddress uses the ExternalInterface functionality introduced in Flash Player 8 and comes with a technique that enables search engine indexing for deep Flash links.

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7 Responses to [Asual] SWFAddress v1.1

  1. mason says:

    SWFAddress is probably better suited for traditional Flash projects mostly because I don’t think there is an AS3 version.

  2. mason says:

    Aaa, just saw the Flex link. Anyway, yeah I don’t see a reason to use it with Flex with the History Management though it would be interesting to see a side by side comparison to see what breaks in what browsers.

  3. Brian Dunphy says:

    History Management does not accomplish everything SWFAddress does. If you are at all concerned about users being able to bookmark individual sections within your site, or about bare-minimum Search Engine Optimized Flash sites, SWFAddress is a great solution.

  4. MrSteel says:

    unFocus historyKeeper is my choice for now 😉

  5. julien says:

    nice stuff 🙂 thanks for the link

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