RE: [Flashcoders] AMF .net

2006-06-19 Thread Lee McColl-Sylvester
AMF.NET seems quite young atm when compared to Fluorine.  Personally,
I've had nothing but great results from Fluorine and would recommend it
to anyone.

Lee



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Subject: [Flashcoders] AMF .net

Hi All,
 
Is anybody using the ( http://amfnet.openmymind.net/
http://amfnet.openmymind.net/) amf solution in .net? I was wondering how
well it is working in the field and how it compares to fluorine (
http://fluorine.thesilentgroup.com/fluorine/
http://fluorine.thesilentgroup.com/fluorine/).
 
Anyone any recommendations in this field?
 
Cheers, Ben
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RE: [Flashcoders] AMF .net

2006-06-19 Thread Ben Smeets
Tx, good to hear it. I tried Fluorine also today and although it is a
bit more work to set it up at first, it does indeed seem to have more
functionality (custom classes) and a larger user base.

Tnx for the info,

Ben 

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Subject: RE: [Flashcoders] AMF .net

AMF.NET seems quite young atm when compared to Fluorine.  Personally,
I've had nothing but great results from Fluorine and would recommend it
to anyone.

Lee



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Sent: 18 June 2006 14:23
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Subject: [Flashcoders] AMF .net

Hi All,
 
Is anybody using the ( http://amfnet.openmymind.net/
http://amfnet.openmymind.net/) amf solution in .net? I was wondering how
well it is working in the field and how it compares to fluorine (
http://fluorine.thesilentgroup.com/fluorine/
http://fluorine.thesilentgroup.com/fluorine/).
 
Anyone any recommendations in this field?
 
Cheers, Ben
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Re: [Flashcoders] AMF .net

2006-06-19 Thread Weyert de Boer
Does any of you guys or gals know some good documentatioon about AMF? I 
am planning to make a message protocol using AMF for ROSDK. I already 
got something similar for AS3 using binary sockets working, but I would 
like to try out AMF too.


Anyone?

Yours,
Weyert de Boer
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RE: [Flashcoders] AMF .net

2006-06-19 Thread Lee McColl-Sylvester
Talk to the Red5 team.  They've constructed their own AMF documentation.
Also, beware of reading anything provided my Adobe as their licenses
will bind you by just reading it.

Regards,
Lee



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Does any of you guys or gals know some good documentatioon about AMF? I 
am planning to make a message protocol using AMF for ROSDK. I already 
got something similar for AS3 using binary sockets working, but I would 
like to try out AMF too.

Anyone?

Yours,
Weyert de Boer
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Re: [Flashcoders] AMF .net

2006-06-19 Thread Weyert de Boer

Lee McColl-Sylvester wrote:

Talk to the Red5 team.  They've constructed their own AMF documentation.
  

Okay!

Also, beware of reading anything provided my Adobe as their licenses
will bind you by just reading it.
  

LOL

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RE: [Flashcoders] AMF .net

2006-06-19 Thread Marijan Miličević
[snip]
 Also, beware of reading anything provided my Adobe as their licenses 
 will bind you by just reading it.
   
LOL

Well, there's not much to laugh about. Probably by reading their documentation, 
you are not allowed to participate in any open source project that deals with 
AMF matters. If you do, any project you participate on has legal issue problems.
-m

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Re: [Flashcoders] AMF .net

2006-06-19 Thread Weyert de Boer



Well, there's not much to laugh about. Probably by reading their documentation, 
you are not allowed to participate in any open source project that deals with 
AMF matters. If you do, any project you participate on has legal issue problems.
  
Ever read their documentation g I mean the help functionality sucks 
balls in Flash.



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RE: [Flashcoders] AMF .net

2006-06-19 Thread Lee McColl-Sylvester
Yeah, it's like someone forgot that it's supposed to be a help
feature.

:-)

Lee

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 Well, there's not much to laugh about. Probably by reading their
documentation, you are not allowed to participate in any open source
project that deals with AMF matters. If you do, any project you
participate on has legal issue problems.
   
Ever read their documentation g I mean the help functionality sucks 
balls in Flash.


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