This should be a pretty easy job for an experienced java developer.
This job uses a java-flash api that can be downloaded at:
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I have a small app that uses a java lib to let java and flash communicate. I have a flash movie that plays sound on a Jpanel. This already works fine.
Now I want to start the sound programatically from within java, instead of letting someone press buttons on the flash movie.
You'll get a sample program that comes with the java lib that already easily handles communication. So you only have to repeat what they've done.
I need you to copy the code and place it in my movie.
I need you to create 3 functions in the java app.
function to start sound
function to pause sound
function to stop sound
I also want code added to display message when user pressed one of the three flash movie buttons. It shows which button was pressed.
I'll provide you with a small app java app and a Flash movie fla file that you can modify (must use flash mx 2007).
You must be willing to document your work and answer questions.
If interested then please leave your TIME and COST estimate.
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