When you build a wordpress blog, the first thing you’ll want to have is a theme. Then you realize that you want to change something on the theme. You can directly edit on the theme files to quickly modify the blog’s appearance to fit to your tastes but there is a recommended way – i.e.,
The Model class we create is the base class for all Models and it contains some common functions like getAll(), getOne(), getById(), search(), count() etc. These static methods will also be available for all other Models extending the base Model class. The model creates instances of itself for each result item for the query. i.e.,
In the previous parts of this tutorial series, we learned how to create a working example of an MVC framework, but without a Model. Now we will create a Database wrapper singleton class which can be used everywhere. Before we create a Database wrapper, let us create an install file which installs required database, tables
In the first part of this tutorial series, we looked into how to startup the framework. The output was displaying the controller and action of a called url. We also found which area is called – the admin or the site area. In this tutorial, we will look into creating the Controller and Template classes.
This is the first part of php mvc website design tutorial series. You already know what is MVC architecture and you might even know how to implement it. There is already a debate about the design of an mvc architecture. I am not going into that. The truth is whatever you think is easy, follow