In this chapter, we've looked under the hood of the
Flash Remoting for J2EE gateway to understand how it locates and
invokes service methods on the different types of Remoting services
available in Java. We've also looked at techniques
for managing application security, sharing information between
Remoting services and other application classes, and binding the
results of Remoting service method calls to Flash UI components.
Today, Flash Remoting for J2EE is the smoothest technology for
creating rich Flash interfaces to enterprise Java applications. Flash
clients communicating with service-oriented enterprise Java
applications through Flash Remoting present a model architecture for
the next generation of enterprise applications in which smart,
stateful clients assemble remote services to create dynamic
feature-rich user experiences.