Tutorial: PHP MySQL Flash Array String Data AS3 Movieclip Tutorial

Learn how to render dynamic movieclips on the fly in Flash Actionscript 3.0, from an multidimensional array string that we request from PHP and MySQL. We use the split() method of AS3 and a couple of custom created functions to display movieclips on the fly at runtime with the style and positioning we desire. I also applied many more little tricks and tips commented out in the code. Sometimes you can bring in structured data feeds without the need for XML and the overhead it may produce unnecessarily, but one can also use XML parsing if they wish to bring in structured data the same way we did in this lesson.

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