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  1. #1
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    Best practice for packing Flash Lite

    Hello there!

    I want to package my Flash Lite 2.0 app and I've looked into these ways to do it:

    1) SWF2SIS
    2) SWF2GO
    3) Widget - http://wiki.forum.nokia.com/index.ph...nt_in_a_Widget

    What's your experience from these and are there other you'd rather recommend?

    Thanks, Andreas

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    Re: Best practice for packing Flash Lite

    Using Widgets seems to be quite useless if your app is Flash-only. Both Swf2Go and Swf2Sis are quite good for packaging, but there are also some good free alternatives:

    Janus: http://www.spaghettisort.com/janus/p...s-symbian.html
    KuneriLite (free for non commercial apps): http://www.kunerilite.net/

    Cheers,
    Pit

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    Re: Best practice for packing Flash Lite

    Hello,

    SWF2SIS is discountinued product now. There are no updates to support S60 3rd Edition.

    If you're making a freeware application, I can help you make it SIS with SWF2Go

    You can write to me at info[at]orison.biz, I will get guide you through the process.

    Best,

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    Re: Best practice for packing Flash Lite

    Hi,

    You can also use Jarpa or Flyer Framework.

    http://www.i2tecnologia.com.br/jarpa
    http://www.flyerframework.org/

    Regards

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    Re: Best practice for packing Flash Lite

    Hi guys,

    I guess that's not clear to many, but KuneriLite Wizard is free to use for commercial or non-commercial products to package Flash Lite. Yes, it has all features and free

    www.kunerilite.net

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