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Phillip Miller

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Oct 11, 2011, 12:45:20 PM10/11/11
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As far as I know, https://github.com/rubyamf/rubyamf is the most current repo to use for Rails and AMF. 

I believe Flex and Rails are still being used in production somewhere. Here is an article focusing on a Rails app which moved to a Flex front end (they eventually ditched RoR). 

Personally, I'm more interested in using Stephen's RocketAMF gem with Sinatra and Mongoid to create a more service centric backend with a Flash/Flex client side frontend. After working with Flash/Flex and Rails, I believe it is a bit overkill (rendering templates, globbing hundreds of helper methods, ect) depending on your needs. If all you want is a custom widget that speaks AMF with a Rails backend then rubyamf is your bet. In my case, I want a full fledged desktop/web app without much/any templating. Eventually I'll test this idea out and post a demo on github. 

My two cents. 
-p 


On Tue, Oct 11, 2011 at 10:26 AM, <rub...@googlegroups.com> wrote:

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    a bc <netb...@yahoo.com.cn> Oct 10 11:46PM -0700 ^
     
    hi,
     
    I cannot image I still cannot find the available rubyamf implement for
    rails3 since rails3 has been here for so long time.
    No one uses flex and rails any more?
     
    From more...

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