[osflash] Q: Hardware and software server requirements for image database
gil at allflashwebsite.com
Mon Jul 13 23:13:11 PDT 2009
Digizex CMS accomplishes authentication, amf, database interaction,
etc. using Zend PHP Framework (and Zend AMF). It is open source. The
PHP side of the code is really simply once you understand Zend's MVC
On Mon, Jul 13, 2009 at 2:40 PM, <moveup at mac.com> wrote:
> I am building a Flash AS3 application that allows users to modify images, and then submit-save them to a server. The user will then have the ability to log in and access these saved images in a thumbnail gallery. They can either delete an image or click a thumbnail to view it at original size.
> I am comfortable with the front end having built something similar in AS2 and Flash 8 a few years back.
> What will be required for the backend?
> I assume some type of PHP-MySQL database is needed.
> Any particular hosting requirements?
> Not sure about hosting issues requirements as the AS2 application I built never sent any actual binary data, but rather data describing the image transformations.
> How should actual image date be transferred to the server?
> I assume I will need to make use of byteArray?
> Is there an existing tutorial or code sample that does something similar available for viewing-download?
> Are there any security restriction 'gotchas' associated with FP9 -10 I need to be aware of?
> Any suggestions or feedback on the above greatly appreciated!!
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