This section of the documentation contains information about plugins. You shouldn’t need to look into this for basic usage, It might however help you with some issues and advanced subjects, and of course if you want to develop plugins.

Amfphp comes with a set of plugins that enhance the basic functionality. The default setup is for development purposes. We advise you to delete or disable any plugins you aren’t using in production. The obvious one to start with is the service browser, as you probably don’t want people being able to see what services you have and testing them.

Third party developers also produce plugins. They are listed in the Amfphp exchange( see below). If you are not in there, drop us a line!

Plugin Exchange

Third party plugins can be found here:

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