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SubKutz says

I’ve been looking on Google for a content management system that is completly in flash. I couldn’t find one. Do they exist? If you have or know of one could you please share as I need to feature one on my blog.

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SubKutz says

Thanks for sharing but it’s not really what I’m looking for. I’ll give a better discription.

Take Wordpress for example. Yes, it’s a blogging platform but it still resembles and works pretty much the same as any cms (content management system) Now, Imagine wordpress completely coded in Action script or what ever flash uses. That’s what I’m after.

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_rg_ says

the phps of themes in wp, used to render the html output, could be modified to render an xml too.

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ourben says

SubKutz…

What exactly do you need? What I mean is… CMS is far to broad a request.

I mean, there are Flash XML editors, and then there are Flash MySQL clients… it’s quite a complicated arena.

Is it idle curiosity or do you need a specific ‘manager’?

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_rg_ says

fcms, fcmsPro and flashBlocks sucks!!! they are so complicated to use, and you don´t have many chances of using your own fla. I mena, if you already have a fla file and need to use one of this, i sure, is imposible, you have to start all from cero.

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_rg_ says

by the way, i´m trying to make a wordpress plugin to read the render as an xml, i mean, that part is done, is like i said, you put your index.html with the embebed swf in it, and the wp in other folder and use the backendo to admin the content. Then you modify the theme to render xml. You need advanced knoweldge on php too, but is not so difficult.

The problem becomes when you need somethings that wp don´t leave you to do. For example, right now i´m fighting to create a custom upload image field for the post or pages, i don´t want to put images throw the normal editor…. that is the worst part of all.

But i repeat, transform the index.php theme from wp to render xml is a simple thing.

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_rg_ says

ok, take a look at this, i had no time to review it:

http://www.iainclaridge.co.uk/blog/?p=213

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