|Developer(s)||Rostislav Hristov from Asual, Matthew Tretter, Max Tafelmayer, Piotr Zema|
|Initial release||November 2006|
2.4 / October 7, 2009
|Size||16 KB (output JS file)|
Its importance is because such Rich Internet Application platforms provide only a single URL to access the specific content, and any user navigation within the content cannot be uniquely identified, or shared by means of the URL.
When the developer of the content integrates with SWFAddress, users are able to use standard browser navigation functionality, share and bookmark unique URLs that represent the currently displayed section or state of the content.
SWFAddress uses the "hash" portion of the URL to interact with web browsers and simulate page navigation, and works in two ways:
SWFAddress works with all major web browsers on all major operating systems. It can be integrated with Flash content written in the outdated ActionScript 1, the recent ActionScript 2, or the latest ActionScript 3.
Edited: 2021-06-18 12:38:02