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The Bakery:
CakeSWXPHP, ACL and AssetPackager
August 08, 2007 @ 10:27:00

The Bakery has three new articles/tutorials posted today - one dealing with using Flash as a storage method, using ACL in CakePHP 1.2 and using the AssetPackager component.

  • CakeSWXPHP - SWX is the native data format for Flash. It uses SWF files to store and exchange data. It is also an implementation of an RPC gateway (currently in PHP), tools (a data analyzer/debugger and a service explorer), various APIs (Flickr, Twitter, etc.), and an ActionScript library that make creating data driven Flash and Flash Lite applications a piece of cake.
  • How to use ACL with Cake PHP 1.2.x? - This tutorial will brief you on how to use Acl in CakePHP 1.2.x versions. I had tough time figuring this out. But with help of Gwoo, AD7Six & others, and doing debugging and reading code, here comes the tutorial.
  • AssetPackager for CakePHP - Multiple javascript and CSS files simplify things in development, but in production they can begin to adversely affect your page loading times. With AssetPackager for CakePHP, we can have the best of both worlds by allowing multiple files during development and combining and compressing those files for deployment.

Be sure to check out The Bakery for more great CakePHP-related content.

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