[osflash] Anyone have experience?
Marcelo de Moraes Serpa
celoserpa at gmail.com
Fri Jul 28 16:56:06 EDT 2006
I also use CakePHP and CakeAMFPHP... it´s simply an awesome combination!
On 7/28/06, Iman Khabazian <imankh at gmail.com> wrote:
> I dont know the correct answer. I was wondering if anyone could give more
> information about ideal protocols for communicating with a server side DB.
> phpObject looks very easy to use but there are other concerns when choosing
> the ideal protocol. If anyone has given thoght to this please let me know
> how these different protocols compare in regards to the following:
> 1) Ease of use
> 2) transfer time
> 3) Overhead
> 4) Maximum amount of data transfered
> 5) Load time when recieving data in flash
> 6) ability to broadcast when data is loaded in flash
> 7) probibility of crashing flash
> 8) maintanability/reusability
> 9) secuirity
> 9) Supported data types.
> 10) amount of time spent server side programming.
> On 7/28/06, Martin Wood <flashdev at relivethefuture.com> wrote:
> > Id say go with AMFPHP because it is still actively developed and quite
> > mature.
> > You can also take advantage of CakeAMFPHP  which is a nice bridge
> > between
> > cakephp  and amfphp. I've been using it a lot for my recent projects
> > and the
> > combination really takes the pain out of developing database backed
> > flash
> > applications. There's even a nice tutorial for getting up and running
> > with
> > CakeAMFPHP 
> > The other upside with cake is that you can generate a simple html
> > interface to
> > the backend with minimal code (scaffolding) so that you can test it
> > independently of the flash code.
> > thats my personal opinion :)
> > Martin
> > 1. http://cakeforge.org/projects/cakeamfphp
> > 2. http://cakephp.org/
> > 3. http://cakeamfphp.rd11.org/
> > bruce wrote:
> > > Hello to all. I think it's great that I found a group of flash
> > enthusiast
> > > who are willing to push AS and other aspects of flash to open source
> > > channels.
> > >
> > > Even though some of the materials in the emails are too confusing for
> > me
> > > just yet.
> > > I still haven't ran across anyone who was discussing PHPObject in the
> > > mailing lists.
> > > I guess it's because it's pretty old news since it came out in 2002,
> > but
> > > being a noob
> > > to this scene, I thought it was a good idea to use in my projects.
> > >
> > > Has anyone had experience with PHPObject? Is it worth it to learn?
> > > or is AMFPHP a better option?
> > >
> > > Thank you....
> > >
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