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Open source that's similar like Macromedia Flash

 
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Hello,

I'm wondering if there is any open source project that provides features similar like Macromedia Flash.
And if there are some, could someone please recommend which one is the best and why is it the best?

Thanks in advance for the help.
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I can't think of anything...but would point out www.osflash.org as a site for open source flash projects. My current gig has me writting server side Java for flash remoting clients. We like to keep costs down and are very fond of the projects there.
 
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There's also an open source project called OpenLaszlo, which compiles "applications" written in XML and JavaScript to Flash.
 
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