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Comment on "Separation of Model and View Web Frameworks"
by Joel Hooks — Mar 21
This is when I turn to Adobe and the Flex framework. I can write a proper MVC application that is independent of the awful cross-browser issues that plague a html/css/js stack.

This doesn't do much for your service layer, but again I feel the need to seperate this anyway. I've used Java, PHP, and Python service layers to access my data via AMF. All will return strongly typed objects and create a great stack. Java with LiveCycle/Hibernate is fantastic, as is Python/PyAMF/Django. PHP makes me ill, but it is the easiest to deploy, and ZendAMF is solid.
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