AMFPHP 1.0 milestone released

A new milestone for AMFPHP 1.0 is released and it should be the last release before the final 1.0.
Impressive!
Many thanks to the AMFPHP developer team!
The new improvements look awesome. I have been using the AMFPHP 0.9b for quite a while and all works promising.
The behaviour of NetConnection.Call.BadVersion, the nightmare of every AMFPHP user, was changed to be more stable. Look at the Post of 51/2.
I hope I can test the new release in the coming week to see if my big app I am working on migrates flawless with the new release.

6 comments to AMFPHP 1.0 milestone released

  • Don’t expect it to work as is when you migrate, the new AMFPHP throws a lot more errors to help in debugging, therefore you might need to do a couple of mods to get it working again. Like if you call a function with the wrong number of arguments you’lll see it in the NetConnection debugger.

  • Sönke

    Hello Patrick,
    thank you for you comment and of course for your great work on AMFPHP. I will check what I have to change and will blog the results and impressions.

  • I’ve noticed that it doesn’t seem to like when you set up a method in php with default values something like

    function test($var1, $var2 = array()){

    }

    it would be nice if it handled that.

    I haven’t downloaded the newest 1.0 version. maybe it does handle that syntax.

  • hi sonke

    does one HAVE to use MX Pro or is there a workable solution with MX?

  • Sönke

    Hi Richard,
    I think MX works too because you can also use AS 1.0 for writing Remoting classes. I haven’t used MX since MX Pro was released so I ‘m not sure about it …
    Anyway I would recommend MX Pro because in AS 2.0 with strong typing all seems much cleaner (not only Remoting but Flash generally).

  • hi sonke

    right. so the AS1 components work with MX (i have that working here already actually) but the AS2 versions require Pro, yes?

    I haven’t got Pro and can’t afford it. I would far sooner use the AS2 components but…

    well. AS1 it is then. :(

    r.