Amfphp 1.2 released: Now with added Arp goodness!
The current version generates the Arp code in the web page itself and allows you to copy and paste it to create your Flash/Flex project. I got the chance to review the generated code prior to release and make a few tweaks to bring it in line with the current best practices in Arp (the generated commands, for example, no longer extend CommandTemplate, which has been depracated and a note is left in the onResult handler urging developers to use the ModelLocator to update their models from the command.) Patrick was kind enough to send me a heads up prior to release and to incorporate my changes into it.
Other changes include the addition of the Fluorine tree view to the service browser and an updated folder structure for Amfphp.
Patrick has some exciting plans for future releases, including generating a whole Arp project for download.You can find out more about Amfphp on the Amfphp homepage and for general information on Open Source Flash, see OSFlash.