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amfPHP + flex/flashbuilder + mysql db: For an online LMS virtual world


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#1 codeBeast   Members   -  Reputation: 105

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Posted 05 April 2013 - 11:51 AM

Hi.

I am coming over from flash and doing tuts on flex (using flashbuilder)

I want to connect a mysql database (online) with my flex/flashbuilder app using amfPHP as the preferred technology.

 

I have to code for the flex app and I was wondering if anybody would be kind enough to help me with the amfPHP classes that I have to use. I KNOW there are tuts online but there are SO MANY that I don't know which one is correct.

ie: I need:

1. The database password etc... in a separate file then I would include it in the other classes

2. The simple class to send back the dataset form the mysql database to the datagrid

3. Session perhaps (as I am creating a learning management system for children to learn English)

 

I am not looking to be spoon fed but I am a newbie - if you could point me to the best code via links etc...

 

Am I right in thinking that this is a HELL of a lot better than using my current design with flash(URLVariables) + with a php script etc...

especially if I have over a 100 - 1000 concurrent users which we will have by September.

 

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