Getting Started With PHP Templating - Smashing Coding
Advertisement In this article, we’ll cover how to separate the view of your PHP application from its other components. We’ll look at why using such an architecture is useful and what tools we can use to accomplish this. Here’s what we’ll cover: Learn some basic MVC concepts,Review some popular templating libraries,Play around with a small custom-made view class.Explore the basics of using the Twig library. To fully benefit from this article, you should already know how to write and run your own PHP scripts on a Web server (i.e. using Apache). A Quick Introduction To The MVC Pattern In the early days of PHP applications, “spaghetti code” was a familiar sight. MVC is a software architecture that allows for the separation of business logic from the user interface. User actions are passed (as HTTP requests, GET or POST methods) to the controller. Such separation of layers has many advantages… Code Is Easier to Maintain The Same Content in Multiple Views More Secure Better Code Smarty Twig <? <? <? <? <?