More than 50,000 people have lost their lives in East Africa and South Asia in the aftermath of the earthquake and resulting tsunamis on December 26. The American Red Cross reports that emergency assessment and first-aid teams were on the ground quickly and are already working with local groups to support relief efforts. One hundred percent of donations made will go to the American Red Cross disaster relief efforts.
Another year has gone! This time it seems to me faster than others… maybe because was my first as 30 old? Thanks to all who visited this site, supported me in any way.. and to all who worked with me during this year..
By the way, Merry Christmas to everyone, happy new year, and great things for the new year’s eve and see you next year again! Ah, don’t drink too much on 31st!! 🙂 I will leave for Poland ( Krakow, Katowice and Lodz ) another time 🙂
This is probably a stupid question, but so close to next holidays you can forgive me 🙂
So, while i was setting for the thousand time the preferences in text editor i was trying, I got this question… which font and size other developer use or prefer? I used for a long time Lucida Console Unicode, but now i switched to Bitstream Vera Sans Mono, 10.
Finally an official wiki on AMFPHP!!
This should be the definitive guide / installation and howto on the amfphp world.
The wiki will cover AMFPHP from A to Z, starting from the installation, requirments, examples, debugging and future improvements.
Everyone can help us to make it better and better, except for the lovely spammers 😉
Recent topic on amfphp 1.0 is the charset issue. Follow discussions or read archives if you’re interested into:
Mike Chambers, a Macromedia Product Manager, recently released an extension for Mozilla Firefox.
It’s a very simple extension which keep up with the latest Macromedia news, information and weblog posts.
…It places a small icon on the FireFox task bar that, when clicked displays all of the latest information. The extension will periodically check for new data, and blink when it finds new information.
It also has support for Thunderbird.
It has been localized into 5 different languages too (Portuguese, German, Italian, French and Spanish)
Recently Patrick Mineault joined the amfphp developer team and he gave a new life to the project! Also we’re choosing the new project name according to the PHP license which discourage the usage of the word “php” inside a project name (expecially point 3 and 4 of PHP license).
INFRNO seems to be the most voted name It’s always nice to slip a recursive acronym into a project title – it lend character. So the new working title ‘Infrno’ is actually “Is not Flash Remoting, NO!” which as you can see is pretty funny. I suggest you to stay tuned with the changes amfphp will take in the near future.. Now everyone is invited to post his own vote!
The email to vote is: firstname.lastname@example.org Now, we will collect everyone’s wishes and gather the data to discuss.
If the vote is overwhelmingly one sided, it will be an easy conversation. This is not the deciding factor, just a mechanism to gather the communities oppinions and/or narrow down the options to make a more formal decision. The leading suggestions have been
- AMFPHP INFRNO amph Falcon
Please send an email to email@example.com with one of these names, or an additional name if you have one.
Yes, this is another drag and drop tree component 🙂
It was a log I wanted to extends the built-in Flash mx 2004 Tree component in order to allow drag and drop operations.. but time was always my enemy.
I was lucky that i need one for work.. i look around and i founded some cool other similar components, but i wanted to be able to do it by myself 😉
It just extends the base Tree component and you can set some drag and drop rules, just costants..
for example, i set these costants to be used:
they can be used in combinations:
myDnd.dragRules = TreeDnd.DENYDRAGFOLDER | TreeDnd.DENYDROPITEM
in this way you cannot drag a folder, only leaf nodes, and you cannt drop the dragged item into a leaf node, only into a folder or before/after another leaf node…
Download the component here.
Christophe Herreman created a very nice PHP class in order to automate the method table creation inside your AMFPHP class.
In this way, using his class, you can instead of writing every time you create a new PHP class, or just editing it, the code like:
$this->methodTable = array( "getParkTypes" => array( "description" => "Returns list of park types", "access" => "remote", "arguments" => array ("arg1") ), "getParksList" => array( "description" => "Shows list of parks given a park type", "access" => "remote", "arguments" => array ("parkType") ), "getParkDetails" => array( "description" => "Return details on a park give the parkname", "access" => "remote", "arguments" => array ("parkName") ) );
You can just use this code:
require_once("MethodTable.php"); $this->methodTable = MethodTable::create($this);