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Flash forms vs. xml forms

Posted on 2006-11-08
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I have been playing around with ColdFusion MX7 flash forms and noticed another format called xml, after playing with that it seems like a better idea because I could add my own skins etc…

Which one of these, flash or xml forms would be best to use within my applications? is this something thats just a new fad or something thats here to stay?

sorry for the questions but i would like to use something which will be around in 2 years time and not just a whim.
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I would say XML would be a better long term solution. It is heavily used across all programming languages.
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what about flash forms with all this new stuff like flex etc?
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any more on this
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