[osflash] Anyone have experience?
Rostislav A. Siryk
Siryk at validio.com.ua
Sat Jul 29 08:08:53 EDT 2006
I've started using Flash Remoting with PHP from PHPObject (very useful
one btw) and used it through several versions. But then at one moment
I've switched to AMFPHP and never wanted to roll back.
Some of AMFPHP advantages are:
- Auto-generated Actionscript (very useful for quick start);
- Service browser: tells you everything about available service via
- Good documentation and examples;
- Pretty frequent updates (for example, PHP Object last update was in
2005, AMFPHP -- in 2006);
- More general language interface, which means you can keep using your
amfphp-remoting-related Actionscripts it decide to adopt your app to
another server platform (which has its own implementation of remoting.
e.g. excellent Fluorine Remoting for .NET).
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: osflash-bounces at osflash.org
[mailto:osflash-bounces at osflash.org] On
>> Behalf Of bruce
>> Sent: Friday, July 28, 2006 6:17 PM
>> To: Open Source Flash Mailing List
>> Subject: [osflash] Anyone have experience?
>> Hello to all. I think it's great that I found a group of flash
>> who are willing to push AS and other aspects of flash to open source
>> Even though some of the materials in the emails are too confusing for
>> 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,
>> 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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