I've used "application/x-php" in the past. I wouldn't really worry about it
though if you are build the server and the client. The mime type doesn't
make that much difference. You could even just use "text/plain".
On Tue, Dec 30, 2008 at 1:55 PM, Cloutman, David
<[log in to unmask]>wrote:
> I have a quick question for any PHP developers out there.
> I am writing a SOA application to manage my library's events calendar.
> The basic idea is to create a public API that our web site or other
> community organizations can use to query and consume information. I am
> using JSON as the default output for information, but would like to add
> the option of outputting native serialized PHP data structures as
> created by the serialized() function.
> My question is, what mime type should I use for serialized PHP data? The
> best suggestion I saw through Google was application/vnd.php.serialized,
> which was posted as a proposal. I don't know if any standard was adopted
> though. Has anyone else thought about this issue?
> - David
> David Cloutman <[log in to unmask]>
> Electronic Services Librarian
> Marin County Free Library
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