Dynamically Loading Images with Flash MX - Flash - Backend

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     This article will show you how to dynamically load JPEG images from any URL. This article assumes basic knowledge of Flash MX. Flash MX uses the loadMovie method, typically used for including external Flash files, to grab an image from any URL. This article explains the loadMovie method and how to develop a quick flash application that can dynamically show an image.

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