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1 post in February 2004.

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New product for ASP.NET remoting

Wednesday, February 18, 2004 11:03:06 AM

I just got a note from the creators of Flashorb -- the alternative to Flash Remoting. They have released their ASP.NET product as a free download, with an upgrade option:

"We just released our .Net version of FlashORB. If you do any .Net work with Flash Remoting, you will definitely enjoy using the product. I believe it is a significant step forward from the Macromedia's way of doing Flash Remoting in .NET. We support all kinds of data types on the server side: primitives, arrays, collections, complex types, named classes, ADO DataSet, remote references. The best part is that there's no need for silly ASObject anymore - FlashORB automatically converts to the appropriate server side types. "

This is especially welcome given all the problems that people are having with Macromedia's ASP.NET implementation, and the massive price of Macromedia's Flash Remoting .dll ($1000). Find more information at http://www.flashorb.com/

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