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Flash Builder on Anroid Design Persisting Data

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I'm new to phone apps and am working on an Android App using Flash Builder. I've got it hitting a web service and receiving/implementing an object made of multiple arrays.

My question is, how do you (or should you) persist the data once you get it? Currently I'm using the token created by the call to populate UI components. I can't seem to access anything, from the service call, after the initial call and population of UI components.

Thanks!
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You could potentially save it on the server side by using some sort of database, or save it on the device by using Shared Object...  The Shared Object still works well with AIR project...  ;)
For example, you have a game which has a scoreboard...  You can save the score data into the database on the server where your users can view the global score whereas you will be able to save score locally and work independently without the server interaction if you save it into the sahred object...

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