CakePHP is a rapid development framework written in PHP that uses the Model, View, Controller (MVC) software design pattern. Some people says, that CakePHP is leak on documentation. Here list of excellent CakePHP tutorials , that can help you for learning CakePHP , included installation , authentication and some advanced tutorials.
This guide will attempt to point you in the right direction so you can get started with CakePHP and eventually develop your own applications using it.
Over the past few months I have been getting to grips with CakePHP, a rapid development framework written in PHP that uses the Model, View, Controller (MVC) software design pattern. If you are a PHP programmer then give this framework a try because quite frankly it’s the bee’s knees.
Any way to the topic at hand I found that helping set up CakePHP on a Mac with MAMP was a bit different and thought I would post here for others to use and for myself to reference if I need to do it again.
One of the things that sold me on CakePHP is the bake routine. This is basically code generation for the lazy types like myself. It was good in CakePHP version 1.1, now it’s just awesome. The only way they can make it better is to implement a web version, but that’s another story.
This tutorial is intended for beginners in cakephp. It is still recommended that you look at the blog tutorial in cakephp manual because it has a more complete introduction for the framework.
Best practices tutorial
This tutorial will give you a good start in the world of CakePHP, just to learn the basics of the framework. The official CakePHP Blog tutorial (For Cake 1.1) gives you a good idea, but this tutorial will take it a couple of steps further (and in the next parts way beyond the official tutorial).
Admin section, authentication
My previous post on this topic is the most viewed article on the website so I thought I would re-visit it and do it all again using the latest version of Cake which at the time of writing is 188.8.131.5266
The ACL component of CakePHP can be a daunting undertaking for those new to CakePHP or ACLs. Once you take the plunge though you’ll never look back. The flexibility and power of the ACL component are worthy of your site, I promise. In order to help some fellow bakers into the water I wanted to offer some advice.
More advanced tutorial
I wanted to be able to leverage all of the advantages of using Cake’s built in Auth component in my latest application; problem was that the application needed to allow for both normal user accounts and Facebook Connect generated user accounts. I struggled for a while to find the most seamless approach, and then it clicked — dynamically set
Another useful tutorials
For a recent project I’ve been working on the index pages required the data to be both sortable and filterable. Luckily CakePHP comes with the Pagination class which covers the directional sorting of data and I went looking online for something that will filter the data.
In this article, I will show some ideas in how to organize your CSS files and how to autoload them in your CakePHP project. Some of them are elegant , and others are not so elegant as they could be …
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