AMF

Open source Perl and Python implementation of Macromedia's AMF protocol Flash Remoting is a way for Flash movies running in a web browser to request structured data from the web server.

developer Developer: simonf.com
license License: Artistic License, GNU General Public License (GPL)
operating systems Operating System: Windows, Linux, Mac OS


ActionScript Messaging Format (AMF) is a binary protocol meant to allow a Flash application, sitting on the user's browser, to communicate with the backend web server.

developer Developer: SourceForge.net
license License: Artistic License, GNU General Public License (GPL)
operating systems Operating System: Windows


The OpenAMF project is a free open-source alternative to Macromedia’s Java Flash Remoting.

developer Developer: SourceForge.net
license License: Artistic License, GNU General Public License (GPL)
operating systems Operating System: Windows, Linux, Mac OS, BSD, Solaris


Sphex is a light and easy to use OOP PHP 5 Framework using the AMF binary format as a gateway for your Flex or Flash applications and any PDO enabled database.

developer Developer: Sphex
license License: Freeware
operating systems Operating System: All


Object-Oriented PHP5 Framework and AMF Gateway for Database interaction from Flex/Flash.

developer Developer: Flamynco
license License: Freeware
operating systems Operating System: All


Java Flash Remoting Socket communication project consists on communicating packets of data via a socket.

developer Developer: SourceForge.net
license License: Freeware
operating systems Operating System: All


Mkulu QA Proxy is used to view the details of HTTP packets.

developer Developer: SourceForge.net
license License: Freeware
operating systems Operating System: All


The Flash remoting allows to easily transfer complex data between ActionScript code running in a flash movie, and PHP code running on a webserver, in both directions.

developer Developer: SourceForge.net
license License: Artistic License, GNU General Public License (GPL)
operating systems Operating System: Windows, Linux, Mac OS, BSD, Solaris