> Check out the following URL for examples of this:
> http://simbucket.com/chemthinkserver/ch ... ex.html?as
> In order to do it, you will need a webserver with a database. Most web hosting companies offer a php/mysql package for fairly low cost. I recommend not saving the images themselves in the database. Rather, store them as a file, then store the filename/URL in the database.
Thanks for the indication. I will check it. I am a Hostgator client.
Is this project yours? Do you know if I can use this method in the mobile apps? Do you have a tutorial about this? I don't know how to start to use this solution.
The project is entirely my own, though it is a port of a flash-based version written by another teacher.
It is set up in two parts:
1. A Construct 2 client - This exists on the user's device, and runs a big Construct 2 project. The C2 project makes AJAX requests to the server.
2. A php server running a mysql database - This consists of an Apache server which runs php scripts that I wrote. The php scripts contain database calls to the mysql database. All user information is stored on the database.
This method also works in mobile apps. I used to include ad requests to my own ad server. All you have to do in C3 is make a GET or POST request to the server from the C3 project via AJAX.
As far as getting started goes, I will try to put this in another reply.