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Php: interacting with Google spreadsheet using Zend Gdata

February 5, 2011


Here’s a quick post describing how to interact with a Google spreadsheet using Zend Gdata libraries. Download the libraries from here, grab the Zend directory from the library folder and put it in the root of the script described below. Create a new Google spreadsheet, and grab the “key” part from the browser address bar […]

Php and AMF part 1: Zend_Amf and helper class

January 8, 2010


Action Message Format is a proprietary data format used by FlashPlayer in remoting, streaming, shared objects etc. Its binary nature makes it a very efficient way to transfer data – more compact than xml or json. Thanks to Zend_AMF it’s easier than ever to serialize/deserialize data objects – it’s now a breeze to handle data […]

Zend_Soap_Server returning object – working!

July 7, 2009


Here’s a source code example on how to return an object from a Zend_Soap_Server. Thanks to James Gordon’s blog!

Zend Soap Server – where are the complex types?

July 6, 2009


Zend Framework is an excellent platform for php development – but huge and somewhat hard to get the grips on. The Zend_Soap_Server library is very handy – makes it very quick to create a simple wsdl server – at least as long as you’re dealing with simple input/output types as booleans, integers, strings and arrays. […]