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Shockwave

A technology developed by Macromedia, Inc. that enables Web pages to include multimedia objects.

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ColdFusion

A product created by Allaire Corporation of Cambridge, Mass. (in 2001, Allaire merged with Macromedia) that includes a server and a development toolset designed to integrate databases and Web pages.

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ActionScript

Definition of the term 'ActionScript'

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Flash

A bandwidth friendly and browser independent vector-graphic animation technology. As long as different browsers are equipped with the necessary plug-ins, Flash animations will look the same.

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Silverlight

A Web-based digital video technology by Microsoft, codename "WPF/E".  Silverlight is a cross-browser, cross-platform plug-in for delivering media and rich interactive applications for the Web. The Silverlight browser plug-in is freely available for all major browsers including Mozilla Firefox, Apple'a Safari and Windows Internet Explorer running on the Macintosh or  Microsoft Windows.

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Data Formats and File Extensions: F

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Data Formats and File Extensions: X

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Data Formats and File Extensions: C

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Data Formats and File Extensions: A

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