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Integrated PHP and Flex development with Zend Studio and Flex Builder (676 Zugriffe)

As rich Internet applications (RIAs) built with Adobe Flex become more widely adopted, there is a growing demand for applications that can combine the user interface (UI), media, and client-side benefits of Flex with the power and versatility of a server-side language like PHP. Tight integration between Flex and a server-side language means that your users will have an intuitive, engaging user experience with all the functionality they need. For developers, tight integration between PHP and the Flex development environments can provide big benefits by ensuring a smoother workflow for coding, debugging, and managing a project. You can make the most of such a unified environment by using Adobe Flex Builder and Zend Studio for Eclipse together.

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A Primer to Using AIR (2196 Zugriffe)

Spurred on by some recent news and by the big push that Adobe is trying to make for PHP developers to get into Flex, I decided to try my hand at their newer (new to me anyway) offering, AIR the Adobe Integrated Runtime environment. The basic idea behind it is to allow web developers, without much more than the skills they already have, to make full desktop applications any user with the AIR runtime installed can use.

Thankfully, it’s pretty simple - once you wade through some of the documentation and find the section on creating a first application. Their example puts a div on a page and, when the application is started, pushes new content from a text file into that div. I opted for something a little bit more interesting and used something a little more handy than just regular Javascript - jQuery. There’s two choices for developers to go with - one for people already working with Flex and the other that I think most developers will follow, using HTML and Javascript (my path).

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Flex and PHP: Party in the Front, Business in the Back (1133 Zugriffe)

Since the first time I really saw and understood what Flash was and did, I've been jealous of what Flash designers could do. Beyond just the cute animations for banner ads and games, Flash designers have always had a much more fine-grained control on their environment that HTML allows for. Besides my innate inability to design anything like a usable interface, the main drawback that has kept me from exploiting Flash is I never could get my head around the "Movie Timeline" metaphor for programming. As we say back home, "It just ain't right."

That all changed with Flex. Now programmers can work with tools they are comfortable with and still take advantage of all of Flash's...well, flash. Flex won't help developers like me design eye-pleasing interfaces any more than a new pencil would improve my inability to draw. However, I can now put much more useful interfaces on my back-end code. That brings us to our topic, using Flex as a front-end for PHP web services. More specific, we will be using PHP and the Zend Framework as the back-end data source for a Flex application.

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Introduction to Adobe Flex Builder for PHP Developers (1409 Zugriffe)

If you were listening to my talk last week at the Zend PHP Conference in San Jose, and were interested in Adobe Flex, here's how you can get started with Flex Builder and PHP.

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Using Flex 2 RemoteObject and SabreAMF (1064 Zugriffe)

This article builds on two articles by Mike Potter, Integrating Flex 2 and PHP and Using Flex 2 and AMFPHP. Adobe Flex 2 features empower developers to create rich Internet applications (RIAs). One of the most important features provided by Flex 2 is data access. Flex and PHP provide a unique and powerful RIA development combination. In this article, you will learn how to call PHP remote objects by using the RemoteObject and Flex's remote procedure call (RPC) service.

The first step is to understand the basics of RPC services and how SabreAMF—one of three current PHP projects that support Action Message Format (AMF)—uses AMF to allow access to PHP remote objects. You will learn how to create the Flex services configuration file and connect to a custom gateway built on top of SabreAMF.

In the final step, you will create the Flex client application that returns the data from the remote PHP service class.

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Using PHP and Flex to Browse a MySQL Database (1333 Zugriffe)

PhpMyAdmin is a powerful, open source, graphical user interface to MySQL, the most popular freely available database application. This article explores how to replicate some of the phpMyAdmin functionality, using a combination of PHP and Flex to create an even more elegant application for browsing a database.

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Rich Internet Applications With PHP and Flex Part 2 (1624 Zugriffe)

In the last article, I showed you how to develop a simple Flex application that connected to a PHP backend. As you were going through it, you were probably thinking - Is there anyway to pass variables directly from PHP, rather than having to encode them into XML? The answer is yes, and today I'm going to show you how to do that.

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Rich Internet Applications With PHP and Flex—Part 1 (1623 Zugriffe)

The development of Rich Internet Applications is now underway. Some people call it Web 2.0, but it is really the transition from a page based browsing experience to one that more closely resembles desktop applications. A variety of technologies can be used to deliver this experience; AJAX is one of the more popular sets of technologies, mainly because it can be easily adapted into existing web based applications. However, for those who are looking for something more robust, there appears to be 2 early front runners: Flex based applications that run in the Flash player from Adobe, and XAML based applications from Microsoft. In this article, I'll introduce you to Adobe's Flex product line, including Adobe Flex Builder and Adobe Flex Enterprise Services.

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Rich Internet Applications: Introduction to Adobe Flex and PHP (2449 Zugriffe)

AJAX is popular for the creation of rich Internet applications, but there are good alternatives. This article will introduce you to Flex applications, rich Internet applications that run inside the Adobe Flash player.

The development of Rich Internet Applications is now underway. Some people are calling this "Web 2.0," but it is really the transition from a page based browsing experience to one that more closely resembles desktop applications. A variety of technologies can be used to deliver this experience; AJAX is currently one of the more popular sets of technologies, mainly because it can be easily adapted into existing web based applications.

However, for those who are looking for something more robust, there appears to be two early front runners: Flex based applications that run in the Flash player from Adobe, and XML based applications from Microsoft. In this article, I'll introduce you to Adobe's Flex product line, including Adobe Flex Builder and Adobe Flex Enterprise Services.

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Using Adobe's Flex Builder tool to connect a PHP backend to the front end (1837 Zugriffe)

In the last article, I showed you how to develop a simple Flex application that connected to a PHP backend. As you were going through it, you were probably thinking "Is there anyway to pass variables directly from PHP, rather than having to encode them into XML?" The answer is yes, and today I'm going to show you how to do that.

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