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Zend Developer Zone:
30 Minutes with Active Media Architects
May 16, 2007 @ 12:56:00

On the Zend Developer Zone today, there's a new interview that Cal Evans conducted with a few of the developers and managers from Active Media Architects, a design/programming/development company that's created many sites including the one Cal mentions - MyKleenexTissue.com.

Flash and PHP are becoming a popular pair of technologies. It seems that every time I turn around, I'm seeing new Flash front-ends that are talking to PHP back-ends and doing some very interesting things. One of the most interesting things I've seen though has to be MyKleenexTissue.com.

I was given the opportunity to sit down and talk with Andy Lintner, Director of Application Development, Jon Aniano, General Manager, and Jeff Kazmierski, President and Creative Director; all of Active Media Architects, the team behind MyKleenexTissue.com. Along the way we talked about the technology decisions they made, and the process they used for development.

They talk about how the project got started, what kind of development time was involved with creating a Flash site, some of the technology behind the scenes (including their framework) and a bit about the company itself.

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