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The next big thing: Adobe Flash P2P

Flash Player 10.1 is here, it is spreading on desktop and mobile devices and if the rate of adoption of the previous releases will be confirmed, in a few months it will be on the 80-90% of the connected desktops.

In spite of the “dot” release, Flash Player 10.1 has a lot of new exciting features but the one that has the potentiality to change completely the game is the new P2P capability.
It is not easy to exploit these features but Tomas Krcha has posted an impressive amount of precious info and POCs about P2P on Flash Player. A must read during your vacations:

Video-on-Demand over P2P in Flash Player 10.1 with Object Replication

File Sharing over P2P in Flash Player 10.1 with Object Replication

P2P GroupSpecifier Class Explained In Details Part 1

Multicast Explained in Flash 10.1 P2P

Directed Routing Explained in Flash 10.1 P2P

Simple chat with P2P NetGroup in FP 10.1

P2P Chat with NetGroup in Flash Player 10.1

Multicast Streaming in Flash Player 10.1 Tutorial

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  1. Rajdeep Rath
    30 July 2010 at 8:08 pm

    And what about object replication for a rtmp stream ? will that work ?

  2. 11 August 2010 at 1:48 pm

    Nice post, i really enjoyed reading this, keep up the good work

  3. 17 August 2010 at 4:18 pm

    Great post!! Thanks for sharing such an wonderful information …

  4. jon
    7 October 2010 at 1:46 pm

    Thanks for posting. I think the red swoosh client was doing similar to this many years ago. Glad to see Adobe did the obvious step of putting this funtionality into the player. What known security implications / UI problems are there?

  5. 6 April 2011 at 12:46 am

    None of your links seem to work that point to realtimeflash…

    KThx

  1. 3 August 2010 at 6:17 pm

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