Getting Started

For a general intro, read the home page.

Once you know if Amfphp is for you, have a look at what’s inside.

Download it, and install it.


With the Service Browser

In the “Services” folder of Amfphp, you should see a file “ExampleService”.   If you open it you will see that it simply consists of a class with some test methods one of which, “returnOneParam” just returns the data you send it. You can use this service to do a few tests, and get a feel for what you can do with Amfphp.
The simplest way to test Amfphp is to use the Service Browser. For example if you installed Amfphp at the root of your local server go to

http://localhost/ .

You’ll need to login, or disable logging in. See here for details.

There you should see the service browser which allows you to choose from the services available there, to choose from its available methods, and to call that method with parameters of your choice. You can add your own service class to the “Services” folder and test it too.

With the Client Generator

The client generator will allow you to generate a client project that you can compile and that you can use as a starting point for your developments. Try it at


With the Examples

The examples contains sample code that you can try. Be warned, the Flex examples do not contain compiled files as they are very big.

Write your own Application

Up till now it was just about getting familiar with Amfphp. Now you can get serious and write your own application. Hopefully what you’ve learned about the various tools that come with Amfphp will come in handy.

You have some questions? Please read the forum guidelines and ask away.

What next?

There’s plenty more you can do with Amfphp, look around the documentation. Then if you feel you’re ready, get involved!

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