| Language Version : ||ActionScript 3.0|
| Runtime Versions : ||Flash Player 9, AIR 1.1|
IFlexAsset is a marker interface with the following meaning:
if a class declares that it implements IFlexAsset,
then that class represents an asset -- such as a bitmap, a font,
or a sound -- that has been embedded in a Flex application.
This interface does not define any properties or methods that the
class must actually implement.
The player uses ActionScript classes to represent
embedded assets as well as executable ActionScript code.
When you embed an asset in a Flex application, the MXML compiler
autogenerates a class to represent it, and all such classes
declare that they implement IFlexAsset so that they can be
distinguished from the code classes.