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I am trying to understand of going back and forth between SWF pages and ASPX pages. What are things that slow them down or make them faster and smoother? Where is the best place to put a progress bar, in the SWF page? or ASP.NET page? Anything else I should be careful of? Any answers or pointing me to a good article would greatful. Thanks! Smile | :)
Posted 15-Feb-13 22:36pm
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Tadit Dash at 16-Feb-13 4:39am
   
I also need the answer.
Somebody will help us.
 
I can find the article links, but I need to get the correct one, following which I can start from scratch and communicate between Flash and Asp.Net.
GreenKhan at 16-Feb-13 4:43am
   
I dont have a problem communicating with them. I can pass VARs etc and load them. Id just like to know how they work more. Like when a button (to LOAD and GO to SWF page) is clicked in the ASP.NET, what happens, is it spending more time in the current ASP.NET page before it goes? Or does it go directly and start doing stuff in the SWF page? Cause after a button click it seems to take some time to load sometimes. What is it loading on going and coming between pages, etc.
Muthuraja Irullandi at 16-Feb-13 12:36pm
   
Hi,
As per my understanding, if the button click event happens in the asp.net page, then it will again reload the page, including the swf. So this might take some time.

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