Flex and PHP / Zend Framework Samples for PHP Developers

Kevin Hoyt has put together an archive of PHP and Flex samples that should help any developer who is getting started with Flex and PHP. These samples include PHP and Flex code that uses the functionality from the AMF module of the Zend Framework, available in the 1.7 preview release. You’ll need to download the Zend Framework and install it before using the AMF samples from the archive.

If you’re just getting started with Flex and PHP, check out the Flex developer center’s PHP page for links to articles on getting started.

2 Responses to Flex and PHP / Zend Framework Samples for PHP Developers

  1. John says:

    I just checked out something that’s related to AMF but seems to take the whole Flex/backend integration thing one step further…www.x2oframework.comTheir docs site is pretty helpful too… first few paragraphs give you a good idea (docs.x2oframework.com)”X2O is a web-based data modeling platform for rapidly developing database-driven Adobe® Flex® applications.With it, you don’t need to create your own database, build stored procedures, write server-side code, or even integrate your AS3 code to data services. All of this is smartly managed by X2O.Your job is to create a data model, configure as much (or as little) as you’d like, and generate the framework. You get the code and tools you need to start building your Flex app right away.Because it’s all done over the Web, there is no installation. Simply drop a generated SWC library into your Flex project and you’re ready to go. You can modify your data model and regenerate as many times as you need, making X2O an incredibly agile platform.This document will take you through X2O from start to finish. It’s geared toward Flex application developers who crave a more rapid, seamless, and maintainable approach to database-driven Flex development.”

  2. John says:

    I just checked out something that’s related to AMF but seems to take the whole Flex/backend integration thing one step further…www.x2oframework.comTheir docs site is pretty helpful too… first few paragraphs give you a good idea (docs.x2oframework.com)”X2O is a web-based data modeling platform for rapidly developing database-driven Adobe® Flex® applications.With it, you don’t need to create your own database, build stored procedures, write server-side code, or even integrate your AS3 code to data services. All of this is smartly managed by X2O.Your job is to create a data model, configure as much (or as little) as you’d like, and generate the framework. You get the code and tools you need to start building your Flex app right away.Because it’s all done over the Web, there is no installation. Simply drop a generated SWC library into your Flex project and you’re ready to go. You can modify your data model and regenerate as many times as you need, making X2O an incredibly agile platform.This document will take you through X2O from start to finish. It’s geared toward Flex application developers who crave a more rapid, seamless, and maintainable approach to database-driven Flex development.”