Join Drew Falkman for an in-depth discussion in this video Using WAMP/MAMP, part of Flex 4.5 and PHP: Creating Data-Driven Applications.
In order to access PHP, it's important to have a local version of it…installed on the system.…One of the easiest ways to do this is to install WAMP or XAMPP for Windows, or MAMP for Mac.…These packages are a single install that include Apache, MySQL, and PHP.…If you don't not have these installed, please refer to the lynda.com course called…Installing Apache, MySQL, and PHP.…That course will take you through all the steps to set up the programs on your…system, and even walk you through potential 'gotchas' in the process.…Then you'll have a system configuration that will match exactly with what I have…going through the course moving forward.…
- Understanding session management
- Accessing RESTful services
- Customizing service calls by passing parameters
- Handling raw XML and JSON data
- Exposing a PHP class as a Flex service
- Generating PHP services with Flash Builder
- Debugging in Flash Builder and Zend Studio
- Exchanging data from PHP to Flex and back
- Building a Master-Detail page
- Implementing pagination
- Creating a synchronized database in AIR
- Using server-side session data
Skill Level Intermediate
1. About Flex Data Services and PHP
Why Flex and PHP?2m 44s
2. Installation and Setup
3. Flex Service Basics and HTTPService
4. Using AMF for Remote Service Calls
5. Introduction to Flash Builder 4.5 for PHP
6. Using Flash Builder for PHP Tools
7. Advanced Topics: AIR, Channels, and More
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