One of the most common PHP scripts is a form. Before FTML, there has never been a method of truely integrating Flash with PHP. Flash and PHP have always been seperate sandboxes when developing. FTML now allows you to write PHP and FTML hand in hand on the same page. This removes the requirement of additional files or web services for PHP to interact with Flash.
PHP to Flash: http://reshapemedia.com/ftml/learn/php-to-ftml/
FTML Getting Started Guide: http://reshapemedia.com/ftml/downloads/getting-started-guide/
None - simply code as you would normally and include the MXML components rather than HTML.
Example PHP File
Adobe will not let me post the example code so you can view the demo here: http://reshapemedia.com/examples/ftml-form.php
- Select [View Source] from your menu to see the code.
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