Almost everything you wrote there is a server side issue. Flash Builder is for building client-side interfaces.
Ok. So I guess I've been confused.
Is there an Adobe tool that helps with Server-side stuff?
I know Dreamweaver uses some conn.php things to connect to databases.
Surely, Adobe has some slick program to interact with PHP and MySQL.
Surely, not everyone is re-writing it all by scratch.
I loved Adobe Webdeveloper Toolbox. It worked great. Didn't they replace it with something?
Sure hope you can help.
Best regards, A.
I'm sort of in the same boat. I'm getting ready to design a rather hefty facility management system, and I'm drawn to Flash Builder to create it. My problem is that I need to be able to "sell" this solution to the client.
You would use SOAP, HTTPservice or RemoteObjects to communicate
with PHP. Once you successfully communicate with PHP, you can do pretty much anything.
If you're a designer and want to dabble in code, you could use Flash
If you are mainly a coder you would use flex
Adobe Air is for desktop apps, not web apps.
Hi, To be honest based on you're requirements I would recommend doing it with Dreamweaver and use the php connections along with the form components. Dreamweaver would actually do a lot of the work for you with simple point and click DB interaction to the server since you are describing simple CRUD ( create, read, update, delete ). Sure you could do a compiled swf and perform the same, but it seems overkill for the needed functionality if that is all the application will do. Regards, Peter Witham www.uibuzz.com