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Hi All, I need help to integrate Open Street Map in flash cs5 using as3. How can do this. If you have any tutorial then please send me or any SDK or Any component like "GOOGLE MAP" then please send me.

Thanks in Advance.

Tanks Richard for answer, I have a swf file i need help in a particular area i will try to show the OSM and i know action script 3.0 . so how can it possible. please help me.

asked 14 Apr '11, 08:39

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Please add your follow-up comment using "add new comment" below the reply. Don't edit your original question. In response to the particular query: read the OpenScales documentation.

(14 Apr '11, 12:29) Richard ♦

In a related question which I, perhaps prematurely, closed as "duplicate", Khirod now asks: "I am using Google Maps API for Flash and would like to add OSM as custom map type in flash cs5."

(15 Apr '11, 08:35) Frederik Ramm ♦

You don't say what you mean by "integrate OpenStreetMap".

OpenScales is perhaps the most comprehensive webmap library in AS3, offering both raster (tiles) and limited vector rendering. Halcyon is the AS3 rendering component of Potlatch 2 and offers OSM-specific vector rendering but may be too complex for your needs.

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