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March 3, 2004

There are several articles that I would like to recommend reading that were added in February 2004 to the Macromedia Developer Center.  They do not all deal with ColdFusion but I think you will find them quite interesting either way.

RoboDemo:
Applying RoboDemo to Your Web Apps
By Jake Sibley
Simply put, RoboDemo is the easiest way to create interactive demonstrations and software simulations in Macromedia Flash format. You use RoboDemo to record a series of actions on your computer screen as a compact Flash movie (SWF); then you can easily publish the movie online or send it in an e-mail.

ColdFusion/Flash:
Employee Updater Sample: Building a Client/Server Application with ColdFusion and Flash
By Ben Forta
Ben Forta guides you thorough a muli-step process of building a web service-powered data grid with the Data Connection Wizard in Flash MX Professional 2004. This is really a great bridge for ColdFusion devlopers that want to understand how to connect Flash to ColdFusion using the new components in Flash MX Professional 2004.

Central:
The Building Blocks of a Central Application
By Vera Fleischer
I have been meaning to spend some time learing Central but I just have not had to the time to do it. This article provides a simple approach to building a Central App.

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