I'm trying to use flatbuffer in one of my web application. I've already stored those buffer data in one file (buffer_content.txt) by using following php code.
// ...Code to store to disk or send over a network goes here...
$file = 'buffer_content.txt';
$output = serialize($builder->dataBuffer());
$fp = fopen($file, "w");
You don't want to use
serialize. the dataBuffer already contains serialized data, check out what it says here:
$buf = $builder->dataBuffer(); // Of type
// The data in this ByteBuffer does NOT start at 0, but at buf->getPosition().
// The end of the data is marked by buf->capacity(), so the size is
// buf->capacity() - buf->getPosition().
Make sure you write the file in binary mode (pass
fopen). Also don't call it .txt since it isn't a text format :)
Then in JS, you read in the file (again, in binary mode, not text), make sure it ends up in a