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Recess PHP Framework

Recess PHP Framework

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Starting a New Application: Hello World Today's post is a quick, simple tutorial for kicking off a new Recess Application. We'll start with the automated New App Wizard in Recess Tools, and then we’ll walk through step-by-step what this wizard has done to set up a new application. The New App Wizard in Recess Tools To stay true to programming pedagogy let’s create a dynamic “Hello World!” application. Big List of PHP Framework A PHP framework can help you to develop web application faster, and it used by many company around the world. Here a list of php framework that avaliable and downloadable, I copy the sort explanation about the framework, you can go to the official site to learn more, so here it goes : 1.

Hierarchical MVC - Alloy PHP Framework Hierarchical MVC (HMVC) is also sometimes referred to as Presentation Abstraction Control (PAC) , because the two ideas are very similar. The core idea behind HMVC is to create fully self-contained Model-View-Controller triad structures so that each triad structure can be used and displayed independently of other triad structures. These triads are typically "pulled" in and displayed in the View (Presentation) layer with internal sub-requests to the necessary Controller. Tonic: The RESTful Web App PHP Micro-Framework Tonic is an open source less is more, RESTful Web application development PHP library designed to do things "the right way", where resources are king and the library gets out of the way and leaves the developer to get on with it. To understand Tonic, you need to get the Web, so forget everything you know for a minute and think about how the Web really works, it's not about HTML pages, it's about resources: Everything useful is a resource, not a file, not a CGI script, a resource, an abstract concept of something useful that the client wants to grab hold of.

Introducing the RMR Web Architecture I talk a lot to people about REST, but with the acronym having become a commonplace among Web folk, I often find myself having to explain that what they have read about as REST or think of as REST is actually POX, HTTP-RPC or whatever you want to call it. I'm also an advocate of the idea that REST isn't just about "Web services" but is also a good model for building fast sustainable Web applications. As such, in my quest to educate the ideas of REST, today I want to outline a different way to build Web apps, a RESTful way, an alternative to the popular MVC model, a model I call RMR, or Resource-Method-Representation. Model-View-Controller The current popular way of building Web applications is using the MVC pattern.

Fpdf - Laravel Bundles FPDF Bundle for Laravel How to install Fpdf bundle for Laravel, installable via the Artisan CLI: php artisan bundle:install Fpdf _Rest_Server Calling a Zend_Rest_Server Service To call a Zend_Rest_Server service, you must supply a GET/POST method argument with a value that is the method you wish to call. You can then follow that up with any number of arguments using either the name of the argument (i.e. "who") or using arg following by the numeric position of the argument (i.e.

MVC Obscures the Mechanics of the Web 24 September 2007 by Ian Davis I dug up some links on the mismatch between MVC and the Web: It’s hard to explain in simple terms why MVC is such a poor pattern for web development. Top 10 Lightweight Frameworks for PHP Development Using a framework makes the development process faster, more secure, and more enjoyable. However, a developer who uses a major framework, such as the Zend Framework, Ruby on Rails, and Grails, must invest time in order to understand the particular approach embraced by each solution. Additionally, they come with a number of bells and whistles that may never be required in many of your projects.

Say Hello World with Slim - Slim Framework for PHP 5 This tutorial demonstrates the typical process for writing a Slim Framework for PHP 5 web application. The Slim Framework for PHP 5 uses the front controller pattern to send all HTTP requests through a single file — usually index.php. By default, Slim comes with a .htaccess file for use with the Apache web server. In the index.php file you require the Slim library file, define routes, and run the Slim application. Step 1: Require the Slim Framework for PHP 5 First, require the Slim Framework for PHP 5 into your index.php file.

FuelPHP An (H)MVC framework FuelPHP is a MVC (Model-View-Controller) framework that was designed from the ground up to have full support for HMVC as part of its architecture. But we didn't stop there, we also added ViewModels (also known as presentation models) into the mix which give you the option to add a powerfull layer between the Controller and the View. FuelPHP also supports a more router based approach where you might route directly to a closure which deals with the input uri, making the closure the controller and giving it control of further execution. DooPHP: Benchmark, the fastest PHP framework To be fair, the comparison is done on the same machine, operating system, web server, and PHP FastCGI mode. 4 other popular php frameworks are chosen to compare with DooPHP. QeePHP, CodeIgniter and Yii are among the better performing frameworks known to PHP developers. The frameworks tested are the latest by 25 February, 2011, CodeIgnitor 2.0, Yii 1.1.6 stable, CakePHP 1.3.7, CakePHP 2.0 dev, Symfony 2.0 sandbox, Kohana 3.1 and DooPHP 1.4.1 Since our goal is to compare the minimal overhead of each framework, the benchmark application for each framework should be the simplest one.

Using The Slim PHP Framework for Developing REST APIs There’s a neat little framework for Ruby called Sinatra that makes it simple to configure REST-style API endpoints with just a smidgen of glue code. But why, asked PHP developer Josh Lockhart, should Ruby devs have all the fun? Josh has been busy these past few months creating his own PHP-based REST DSL (Domain-Specific Language) called Slim. Slim has a minimal code footprint (hence its name), is easy to configure, and simple to use. With just a touch of additional code, you can wire up your existing PHP functions to return data in response to a URL request. In this post, I’ll demonstrate how to install and configure Slim, create an endpoint that performs a SELECT against an arbitrary MySQL table, and return the result in JSON format.