As many folks reached out to me, I have decided to provide you sample AS3 code to parse an XML file.
I will provide you sample XML file as well as sample code to put into your FLA.
Are you wondering how you can bring more traffic to your blog or website? Are you really committed to your blog? I’ve listed down 5 very simple and best ways you can bring more traffic to your website. I’ve seen many bloggers and startup websites. I’ve been following a few of them on regularly basis. I’ve kept reading and learning from others for many years. There are many factors but here are some basic ones.
We wanted to start our blog a while back, but that did not happen! Well, you will ask why? It was just a time crunch. None of us could find enough time to write about us. Initially we were very focused on serving quality and original content. We believe now its time to write about us and tell our visitors who we are, what we do and what is our goal. Also we’re planning to provide insight into our growth periodically. The reason is, new bloggers or site builders can learn and set them up for success.
In a very simple term, SEO is a technique that helps Search Engines to rank and find a website in search results. If you have ever wondered why some of these websites rank better than the others then you must know, that it is because of a powerful web marketing technique called Search Engine Optimization. All major search engines use an algorithm or pattern to search for relevant contents. There are millions of websites on the web and thousands are added every single day. To find out best related content is not very easy for search engines. Major search engines such as Google, Bing or Yahoo are using very strong search methodologies. I’ve provided additional details below on how search engines work.
Why trace() is so useful?
In Flash console using trace() command you can debug flow of your code. It fires comments inside your output console every time the command executed. When you work with large file and many variables, its challenging to keep track of what value the variable will hold during the certain piece of your code. You can figure that out using trace() command very efficiently. It will allow you to pass variables as an argument as well.