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Using Flex, PHP, and JSON to Modify a MySQL Database
August 06, 2007 @ 12:42:00

ParanoidFerret.com is back with another Flex and PHP article today and this time, some other friends are joining in - JSON and MySQL.

To follow-up on the Flex and PHP tutorial we did earlier I thought it would be nice to do a complete tutorial on php, mysql, flex, and json. This tutorial should show a decent way to send data in a database to and from flex to php using json. I will explain this in more detail in just a moment.

Included in the tutorial is a sample of the end result and all of the code you'll need - the database setup, the PHP code to connect to it and pass along the JSON message content, and the Flex/code XML to handle the creation of the requests and update the data in the app according to the response.

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