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AMFPHP 1.0 released

Wednesday, January 11, 2006 12:15:10 PM

I just got a blurb from Patrick Mineault of AMFPHP.org that version 1.0 is out.

December 25th, 2005 - amfphp 1.0 has finally been released after 3 years of beta. amfphp is an open-source Flash Remoting gateway. It’s fast, reliable, 100% free and open-source. Flash Remoting is a technology built into the Flash player core that enables sending data between the server and the client seemlessly. If you've built XML-based rich internet apps you know how much of a pain it can be to serialize the data, debug, and integrate into your application. With Flash Remoting, you can call remote methods from the Flash client and the arguments will end up in the native remote language, and will come back to Flash correctly typed, so there's no messing with serialization at all.

This release brings stability, performance, compatibility and copious documentation. amfphp may be downloaded from amfphp.org.

It's still the best way for Flash to communicate with PHP.

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