Sencha Touch 2 and amfPHP2

For those who don’t know Sencha Touch: it’s a javascript framework for mobile (based on Sencha
Ext).

It’s always a bit trial and error when new updates are released; new methods, deprecated stuff… I’m
talking about Sencha Touch 2 and amfPHP 2 in this case.
Since we’re talking about mobile apps, Ajax-requests are basically used to receive or send our
data (because we want it to run behind the screens). So, amfPHP is a perfect partner for
communication between Sencha Touch (or any other client framework) and the services.
But some things have changed since boths v1’s… For example: You don’t have to specify your service and
method name any longer in the url-property (to which the request is sent) of the Ajax-request. Now
you have to add both names as a property value together with the other parameters.
Examples of usage: consider this amfPHP service: [code]

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To call it from Sencha Touch when running it in amfPHP v1, do the following: [code]
var myParams = {
property1: ‘value1’,
property2: ‘value2’
};
Ext.Ajax.request({
method: ‘POST’,

params: myParams
});

?>

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To call it from Sencha Touch when running it in amfPHP v2, do the following: [code]

var myParams = {
serviceName: ‘MyService’,
methodName: ‘myMethod’,
parameters: [
{‘dataroot’: [‘value1’,’value2’]}
]
};

Ext.Ajax.request({
method: ‘POST’,

params: JSON.stringify(myParams);
});

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