Google reads Flash text, so optimize it

Google is using Adobe Systems’ Search Engine SDK technology, a new set of optimization opportunities opened up.

Who should use the Macromedia Flash Search Engine SDK?’

he Macromedia Flash Search Engine SDK is designed for search engine application engineering teams. Users of the SDK can add Flash file decompression, parsing, and indexing features to their server-based search applications.

Intermediate and advanced Flash developers may find the SDK useful for other server-based text and link extraction/conversion purposes, or for client-side testing of their Flash content against the basic Macromedia Flash Search Engine SDK code.

How does the Macromedia Flash Search Engine SDK work?

The SDK includes an application named ‘swf2html’. Swf2html extracts text and links from a Flash .SWF file, and returns the data to stdout or as an HTML document. Swf2html is provided as a compiled application, and as a static library for linked library implementation. For complete functionality, see the file Readme.htm included in the SDK.

What is included in the Macromedia Flash Search Engine SDK?

Included in the Macromedia Flash Search Engine SDK are the following:

  1. swf2html executable files, for command-line implementation
  2. libswf2html static libraries, for linked library implementation
  3. zlib decompression library for decompressing Flash Player 6 files that have been compressed
  4. C++ source code
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About Saran

Hello there!!! I'm Saravanan, born and living in India. The main reason i decided to start this project it was because there should be a way to transfer my knowledge which i experimented in flash to all. i try to concentrate as much as possible all kind of issues can appear to someone is developing an Flash application. If you need help, or if you would like to see in this blog some issues, send me an e-mail to rksaran@rediffmail.com Follow Me: twitter:http://twitter.com/rksaran Best Regards, SRK
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