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ProDevTips.com:
Zend Amf and class mapping with Flash CS3 / AS3
March 25, 2009 @ 13:09:19

On the ProDevTips.com site there's a new tutorial talking about mapping a class using the Zend_Amf component (of the Zend Framework) to map functionality with Flash.

Instead I'm mapping the variables explicitly in the Shockwave, I have no example of doing the reverse, ie sending an object from flash and populating. I'm however not going to use an ORM like Doctrine with the project I'm going to do here so that won't really be a problem. The main thing is that we can easily populate AS objects.

They include both the Flash code - connecting the Flash application to the PHP gateway - and the PHP code to create a Zend_Amf object and handle the Flash request. In their example, they call a User class to locate a user record.

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ProDevTips.com:
Ajax, ZF and Smarty feed reader part 3
November 19, 2007 @ 11:19:00

ProDevTips.com has posted the thier part of their series looking at building a feed reader with Ajax, the Zend Framework and Smarty (see parts one and two here).

This time we will take a look at the feed list window and the manage window. This will also be the concluding part of the series.

All of the code is provided (a full download is here for all three parts) and they gloss over a lot of the code assuming you know something about reading it - including a lot of the HTML for the presentation.

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