I am using developer license of wowza. i had installed it. And started it using windows 7 service. But cannot see the the server running in localhost:1935. it is running in port 8086 but not in 1935. I had check netstat but no one is using port 127.0.0.1:1935.
I recommend hiring someone in that case, or buying a pre-built chat app. You can write to
firstname.lastname@example.org to request a list of independent consultants that work with Wowza and Flash, or take a look at these products
Adobe has in-depth tutorials on AS3, Flash Pro and Flash Builder because these are Adobe products. Our examples simply show how to interact with Wowza from a Flash application. So to learn how to use these tools and Actionscript 3, refer to Adobe resources, and for specific, working examples of Flash applications that use NetConnection.connect and NetStream.play to playback streams, and NetStream.publish with Microphone and Camera objects to publish streams, refer to the Wowza examples. But you will have to ramp up on Flash tools first. If you have development experience with any IDE, you will definitely be most comfortable with Flash Builder (Flex)