I can't talk to how easy ColdFusion is as I have not used it very much but WebORB for PHP is very robust. My application is used by tens of thousands of people every day. I do know that for me, at least, PHP is very easy.
--- In email@example.com, "Bill Brutzman" <bill.brutz...@...> wrote: > > Consider also Adobe's ColdFusion. I have found ColdFusion to be easier to > use and more robust than PHP. > > > > --Bill > > > > From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:flexcod...@yahoogroups.com] On > Behalf Of enridp > Sent: Tuesday, September 07, 2010 11:10 AM > To: email@example.com > Subject: [flexcoders] Re: I don't know if I need Flex (please help me to > decide) > > > > > > Yes, there's a lot of data. > But I was thinking in AMFPHP for that. > I think the alternatives are: > 1) Adapting the Flex code that I need to a pure AS3 project (I'm not sure if > this is possible in all the casses) > 2) Using RSL's > > Because I can't start my project with 200Kb, the size is a really big > problem. > Can you (or someone) help me with some of the 2 options? > I have not experience in it, so I can't think in possible problems with > those solutions (Flex->AS3 and RSL's), can you see the problems? > > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:flexcoders%40yahoogroups.com> , > "Bill Brutzman" <bill.brutzman@> wrote: > > > > My rule of thumb is that if there is data. like a database. then yes. Flex > > is the way to go. > > > > > > > > --Bill > > >