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Mike Naberezny's Blog:
Easier XML-RPC for PHP 5
February 20, 2007 @ 08:18:00

In a new post today, Mike Naberezny talks about some updates that have been made to the XML-RPC client included with the Zend Framework, spotlighting three items in particular.

A few weeks ago, I rewrote the Zend XML-RPC client as part of a customer project at Maintainable. After fixing a fair number of bugs and writing a test suite, I made some enhancements and usability improvements. You can learn more about the new XML-RPC client from its documentation.

The three new updates to the package deal with:

  • Calling remote methods (a new call() method)
  • Server proxy objects have been added
  • Faults are thrown as PHP exceptions
Get more details on this package from its page on the Zend Framework's website.

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