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Using Adobe's Flex Builder tool to connect a PHP backend to the front end
March 23, 2006 @ 07:44:41

In a previous WeberDev.com article, Mike Potter showed how to get PHP and Flex to play nicely together, combining the two for a simple application. In this new article, he takes it a step further by showing how you can directly pass data between Flex and PHP without the need for XML generation.

The key to doing this is a small project called AMFPHP. As stated on their webpage, the project was originally started by Wolfgang Hamann. The team has grown lately, and now has about 5 or 6 developers. Thanks to their hard work, we can now have a Flex based front end to our PHP backend applications.

He creates another application from scratch, providing all of the database structure, XML, and ActionScript, and PHP code that you'll need to follow along. The application is a simple display of database records, in this case user data from the MySQL table.

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