Working with Shared Objects with Wowza and Flex

Graeme Bull authored this on May 31, 2011

In this tutorial we talk about the basics of working with shared objects with Wowza Media Server and Flex 4.5 with AS3. This tutorial covers connecting to a shared object on both the server side and client side, manipulating data from the server side and taking advantage of the send() method on the shared object from both sides. The concepts behind these techniques are discussed and should give you a good idea of how and why to use each one.

Tags for this tutorial: Shared Objects, Server Side Code, Actionscript 3, Flex, Wowza Media Server

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