An intro to MVC in PHP for beginners.
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- Great introduction to the m-v-c design pattern. Have y'all considered adding comments to the blog, or maybe a "feedback" or "Contact Us" avenue?Apr 22, 2015
- Heythanks for your feedback! There is a comment section (using Disqus) on the bottom of each articles. If you can't see it, maybe you're using a blocker extension?Apr 22, 2015
- Thanks! (Disqus content was not loading for me; refresh did it.)
Question: Given the discussion about audience in comments for the tutorial, and your comment ("I did Google for PHP and MVC stuff"), can you recommend a good reference for taking the next steps?Apr 22, 2015
- Well, actually if you feel comfortable enough with the basics of programming and the basics of web development I'd rather suggest you start learning a framework. It'll take more time at first but you will get an awful lot out of this. Learning (Ruby on) Rails helped a lot in my case but you can go for any MVC framework really. I would suggest one of Rails (Ruby), Django (Python), Symfony (PHP) or .NET MVC (C#). They are probably the most popular ones out there.
Cheers!Apr 22, 2015
- I appreciate the suggestion. Now reading about Symfony.
Switching to guns!Apr 23, 2015
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