Using WebORB to connect Flex to .NET and PHP backends
You may have noticed that we’ve been recently adding new samples to Tour de Flex to illustrate various ways to work with backend data from Flex. I just added some new samples to expand this topic into the worlds of .NET and PHP. The samples were provided by the guys at MidnightCoders, creators of WebORB.
You will see two new folders under Flex Data Access named “WebORB for .NET” and “WebORB for PHP“. If you have the Tour de Flex desktop app, simply run it and you’ll automatically get the new samples. If you don’t have Tour de Flex, get it! There is also a web version of Tour de Flex.
REMINDER – if you have any components or samples to share with the Flex developer community, please consider adding them to Tour de Flex. More than 6,000,000 samples have been viewed via Tour de Flex since we launched it in November so it’s a great way to get exposure! If you are not sure if your component, skin, technique, etc. is Tour de Flex material, contact me and let’s discuss! 🙂