In this post I’ll be talking about a class I’ve made called AMFPHPConnection that extends Flash’s NetConnection object. This class eases and enhances the process of using AMFPHP for Flash remoting. But before we begin, just a few notes: I’m not the usual author, and you’ll need to know how to use AMFPHP the normal way, or you may not get some of the terminology. If you want to learn how to use it, I have a series on my YouTube channel for that purpose, go here to watch it: http://www.youtube.com/user/BlackBulletIV#grid/user/CAD2DAE46A04939D
At some point using Actionscript you may need to display a number that must always occupy a predetermined number of character spaces. An example would be a rolling game timer with a 5 digit display. For example, when the timer hits 33 seconds, the digits would display like so: 0 0 0 3 3
Something that I’ve been noticing lately with Flash / Actionscript 3 is the need to pay close attention to how you are cleaning up your objects after you are done with them.
I’ve been working with a great as3 debugging tool called “De MonsterDebugger”. Strange name but great tool. Check it out here: http://www.demonsterdebugger.com/
I just realized that there are some hidden games in my banner. This may seem like a strange statement since I made the banner and all the artwork. Well, originally the banner was a concept design for a company that we do projects for called “ThinkFun”. I stripped down the banner but apparently left some ‘hidden’ games.. See if you can find the games hidden in the header banner of this site! I believe there are anywhere from 3 to 6 or so.
Many of the examples that I use in my blog come in the form of an Actionscript 3 “Class” file. Without going into too deep into OOP concepts, I will attempt to explain how to implement an as3 class into your project. The following is a class for our example: