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Formo - Übersicht - Kohana Development NOTE: Formo 2.0 for Kohana 3 is currently in development and available at Github. http://github.com/bmidget/kohana-formo Formo is to forms what ORM is to models. It's propose is to make form generation and validation object-oriented and just plain easy with simple syntax and flexible design principles. What will I get out of using Formo?¶ Formo - Übersicht - Kohana Development
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Optimising HMVC Web Applications for Performance – techPortal Optimising HMVC Web Applications for Performance – techPortal Yet, ETags are one of the features that are the hardest to get right. Sometimes it’s not even clear how they work and while there’s a lot out there on the subject, it can also be difficult to put it all together. Developers frequently play either client and server roles in this exchange, which can make the responsibilities even more confusing. In this series of blog posts, we’re going to look at ETags from both perspectives: First, a client trying to consume an ETag-enabled API. By focusing on the client side, we can focus on the features ETags offer and learn how these are supposed to look in a perfectly implemented world. In a later post, we’ll look at the gory details of how that API implements ETags and does the appropriate checks.
Implementing a standalone ViewModel - GitHub Implementing a standalone ViewModel You could put the ViewModel principle directly into your application today without any module! Take this example: The class above defines a basic CMS page using 3 public methods ::title(), ::navigation() and ::content(). It provides a lazy loading mechanism to Model_Page and that's about it! Implementing a standalone ViewModel - GitHub
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