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By dlamotta
Published: Jul 01 2013 / 09:29

If you ever wrote Flex applications in ActionScript/MXML then you must know that integrating Flex into an existing HTML-based web application is painful. One must manually hack Externalnterface, ending up with a big and difficult to maintain mix of ActionScript/MXML/HTML/CSS/JS. Flash4j arrives in its bright and shiny armor to save the day. The post gives precise steps on how to get you going. Check it!
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AKukic replied ago:

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Since Google deprecated the Google Maps API for Flash we are wondering how to integrate the JS Maps API into our existing Flex app. Do you have a solution for that ? Thx

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David La Motta replied ago:

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We do. Check this announcement. and look for "Google Maps Support for Flex"

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AKukic replied ago:

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Awesome! Thx.

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walzer-f replied ago:

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Great stuff.

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