XML/SWF Slideshow  2.64 | XML/SWF Charts | SlickBoard(New)

XML/SWF Slideshow creates attractive web slideshows from dynamic image files and data. Among the possible uses are:

  • Slideshows
  • Photo albums & picture books
  • Catalogs
  • Story books
  • Year books
  • Portfolios
  • Keynotes & business presentations
  • Advertisement
  • Trivia games
  • Polls

Create an XML source to describe a slideshow, then pass it to this tool to generate a Flash (swf) slideshow. Type the XML source manually, or use any scripting language (PHP, Perl, ASP, CFML, etc.) to generate it automatically.

XML/SWF Slideshow makes the best of both the XML and SWF worlds. XML provides flexible data generation, and Flash provides the best display quality.



  • Web slideshows from dynamic image files and data
  • Streaming resources, quick start
  • Simple and flexible slideshow generation
  • Interactive and non-linear slideshows
  • Over 20 basic transitions, and unlimited variations
  • Camera motion to animate still images and create new transitions
  • Text and shapes overlay
  • Music and sound effects
  • Custom control bar design
  • Quality Flash graphics
  • Supports unicode text to display special characters and any language
  • Supports PHP 4 & 5





GREAT job on this script. I love it! Ben Kalkman

It's a brilliant piece of software! Olivier G

Bravo pour votre programme et sorry for my bad english. Jean-Pierre Pujol

I purchased a license for your PHP/SWF Slideshow product yesterday for integration into my community website and I have to tell you that you did an excellent job in designing this Flash product. The website documentation was as good as any I have come across and the method of passing the XML to configure the player from PHP was brilliant. I'm using a few other Flash clients on my website for other purposes from other vendors, but PHP/SWF Slideshow is the best I've seen. I've contacted some of the other vendors suggesting they check out your website for an example of how to do a configurable Flash player right. Kevin Heatwole

But what an awesome piece of coding - thanks - I've been looking for something like this for an age. Paul Filmer


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