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Data-centric Adobe Flash Builder development with the Zend Framework
June 08, 2009 @ 08:46:09

On the Zend Developer Zone a recent article has been posted looking a using Adobe Flash Builder with the Zend Framework to create a simple datagrid interface.

The first part of the strategic alliance between Adobe and Zend was adding support for Adobe Action Message Format (AMF) for high-speed data communication between the client and server. This was done by developing and deploying the Zend_Amf module as part of the Zend Framework. The second facet of this alliance is tight integration between the Zend Framework and Flash Builder. In this article, you learn how to take advantage of the new data-centric features of Flash Builder and the seamless integration with the Zend Framework.

The tutorial walks you through setting up a PHP server, creating a service on that server and writing the code for its functionality (getAllItems, updateItem, deleteItem, etc). Set up the return type, map the data to the datagrid and run the sample app - you're all set!

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