SWFKit lets you create 32-bit Windows applications from Flash, using a step-by-step interface and FFish script (an easy to learn scripting language). With a little bit of practice and some script learning, you can create applications that can access databases, perform realtime communication by socket, send and receive email, read and write files, access the system registry, play and record multimedia, embed ActiveX controls and more. Furthermore, you can make the interface of just about any shape and design, add animations and use other features supported by Flash. Most of the interface base features and options, as well as the installer are configured from the step-by-step wizard, the actual program actions however need to be written in FFish script. There are several examples available as well as detailed documentation. Additional features include optional shareware expiration, complete installer, screen saver creation and more. If you always wanted to write a program, but didn`t want to go through the trouble of learning a full-blown programming language, give this one a try!
Platform Windows 95/98/ME
Operating Systems Windows 95/98/ME,Windows NT/2000,Windows XP
Date added 22 Apr 2004
Last Updated 24 Jan 2011