Validating input data in flash

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it (i.e., interpret it intelligently and, if necessary, split it out into manageable pieces).

After the data is parsed, it can be manipulated in an endless number of ways by the server application.

Usually data processing involves saving content to a database or flat text file for future retrieval.

Once data processing is complete, the data-handling application produces a result to pass back to Flash.

Only text fields are supplied as prebuilt form components; we have to build everything else, including the Submit button, manually (as we'll see later).