Flex and PHP webinar goodies

As I promised at the end of my webinar here I come with the projects I used:

  • The starting project created using Flash Catalyst
  • The finished project (Flex and PHP project)
  • PSD file

You can use the Import > Flash Builder > Flex project wizard to import these two projects into Flash Builder. However, to make the second project work, you need to copy the PHP files from inside the project (you’ll find a folder named eva_services with a bunch of files) to the root of your PHP server. Next you have to create the database (there is an SQL dump inside the same folder) and change the connection credentials from eva_credentials/db.php to match your local settings). Actually you can read more about this in my article on Debugging Flex and PHP projects.

I know that I squeezed quite a lot in my webinar and I had to move quickly between the topics. But you don’t have to worry because you’ll find articles and screencasts below that go into great detail on all the topics I covered:

  • Setting up XDebug and debugging Flex and PHP projects here
  • Working with Doctrine, Zend Framework, and Flex here
  • Working with Flash Builder’s DCD features on PHP projects here
  • You’ll find many Flex and PHP articles and videos on the Flex and PHP section of Adobe Developer Connection site,
  • If you want to read more about remoting and AMF using Zend Framework or AMFPHP here are two articles I wrote awhile ago: Zend Framework and AMFPHP
  • Data Paging using DCD features here

Finally, the recordings for the webinars:

Again, I want to thank all of you who took the time to attend my session. Until the next time, Ciao!

4 thoughts on “Flex and PHP webinar goodies

  1. Hello,

    The link “Connecting a Flex app to PHP services (my session)” is same “Erase the Designer to Developer gap: Adding interactions to your design (Serge Jespers session)”

  2. Thank you for excellent presentation and useful examples. One question from previous presentation: Can you attach the PSD file that is the “base” of application. That will complete eSeminar materials

    Thank you!

  3. Hi,
    I was not able to engage and fully participate in the seminar and i still don’t have access to the videos because of my web connection. We predominantly have slow unstable internet connections in my country,Kenya, that meant i can not view and go through the content well.

    I have been looking forward to instruction and guide like these ones you and your colleagues provided. Is there a link that those like me can download the content from for offline viewing? This will be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks for the work put in! Looking forward to finally building an app in a week!

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