Ming is a library for writing SWF (Flash) format files. It includes high-level functions which abstract away mundane specifics of the file format and PHP (and now Python/Zope, Ruby, and c++) module code which wraps the library into handy objects.
|Tags||Internet Web Dynamic Content|
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X Windows POSIX Linux|
|Implementation||C C++ Java Perl PHP Python Ruby Zope|
Release Notes: A new Flash 5 compiler, fixes for MP3 streaming, and a Perl wrapper.
Release Notes: The PHP module can create bitmaps and MP3 streams from fopened sources, including URLs and buffers such as database blobs. Error handling is greatly improved, and the C++ header has been updated.
Release Notes: A fix in the default scaling to match Flash, many small bugfixes, and an improved build process.
Release Notes: Cubic beziers and direct access to transformation/fill matrices, plus the usual assortment of bugfixes.
Release Notes: A variety of bugfixes, plus vastly improved documentation and the example suite ported to plain C code.