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Andy Frey's Blog:
JavaScript PHP Remoting Demonstration
June 28, 2008 @ 16:22:17

Andy Frey dropped us a line to tell us about a method he's come up with to make a remoting interface between Javascript and PHP5.

This is a demonstration of a very fast and easy way to build AJAX-type applications where communications between JavaScript on the client side and PHP5 on the server side is ideal. This library makes development of such systems fast and very simple.

In his example he shows how to create the PHP and Javascript functions that let the service talk back and forth. He defines a simple "Hello World" style application to show how it would be structured. He also includes a bit of more complex that has other functionality - getting a value out of an array and returning a property/private variable from the backend class.

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PHPBuilder.com:
PHP Object Remoting in Flex
March 18, 2008 @ 12:05:53

The PHPBuilder.com site has a new tutorial showing you how to interface PHP with Adobe's Flex functionality and to use remoting to let them "talk".

They dive right in, throwing download links at you and working through setup steps to get your environment up and running. With that out of the way, they show how to get the demo set up that uses their weborb framework.

The end result of the article is a simple Flex/PHP application that pulls information from the database and pushes it into a datagraid for display.

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Joshua Eichorn's Blog:
Adding AJAX to a website step by step
August 08, 2006 @ 11:59:44

Joshua Eichorn has posted this new tutorial to his site today, a detailed look at how to add Ajax to just about any site out there with the help of the HTML_AJAX PEAR package.

When looking at a adding AJAX you have a couple decisions you'll want to make up front. One is what tools your going to use. In the webthumb case thats pretty easy. Webthumb is a simple PHP app and doesn't use a framework, so I need a nice general PHP/AJAX framework that is easy to use, HTML_AJAX fits that need.

After picking my tools I need to decide what my goals are. My main focus will be to improve usability, but I also want to use AJAX to make the site seem a bit flashier, so its a bit of a technology demo too.

He uses his own current project, Webthumb as an illustration of his points including looks at remoting, a RequestStatus class, exporting a class with the HTML_AJAX package, and finally, making the Ajax calls.

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Community News:
AMFPHP - Flash Remoting Gateway
December 07, 2005 @ 11:54:14

From this post on Ajaxian.com today, there's a look at a new PHP-based library/framework to help with Flash remoting - AMFPHP.

MFPHP is an open-source implementation of the Flash Remoting framework. It's fast, reliable, 100% free and open-source. With this new version we have strived to make a product as stable and full-featured as ColdFusion-based remoting (the reference implementation).

You also get to use the wonderful NetConnection debugger, which shows you exactly what's being sent between the client and server. Remoting uses AMF, a very lightweight binary format that cuts the bulk out of packets, meaning data exchange is a lot faster than with XML.

You can get the complete details from their homepage or just dive right in to their documentation...

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