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Old 05-08-2003, 01:33 PM   #1
raps
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Lightbulb IDEA: joint PHP 2 Flash project

Allright guys,

I just got an idea, it could be impossible/useless (i don't think it is), or already done or posted by somebody else.

I haven't done it by myself because I only know the basics of actionscript and I'm not a PHP-expert as well.

My idea was to create an php2flash.php file in which we define php-functions. These functions convert the php-language to the actionscript language.

For example a p2f_array(); function. You will have a php-array called names. and than you convert it to flash:
p2f_array($names);
in the function is a print command which prints the array.

This can be done for sql-query results (an array per row), variables, time-stamps???


the php2flash.php file we create can then be simply included in our backend-scripts.

Is this something?

Grtz. raps
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Old 05-08-2003, 04:42 PM   #2
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Its already been done. Its called remoting. There is a PHP implementation at http://amfphp.sourceforge.net

You simply enable your PHP classes to be assecible remotely by using the amfphp library and remoting components in flash. You can also do it with WDDX or PHPObject, look in the tutorials section of this site, there are a few tutorials covering the subject.
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Old 05-09-2003, 05:01 PM   #3
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thnx for the info,

I'm going to look into that.
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