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Posts Tagged ‘framework’

VTemplate: a web project boilerplate which combines various industry standards

You’re about to start setting up the delivery mechanism for a web-based project. What do you do? First, let’s fetch ourselves a framework. Not just any framework, but one which supports PSR-0 and encourages freedom in our domain code architecture. Kohana fits the bill nicely. Let’s set up our infrastructure now: add Composer and Phing. […]

Architecture’s existential crisis pt 4: Timeless frameworks, and where do we go from here?

In part 1: Architecture is not a Profession, I outlined architecture’s distraction with competitive theories rather than acting as a professional discipline and serving society. In part 2: The Foundations of Architecture, I talked about what architecture is currently based upon, and how to unify these into a governing framework that encompasses all architectural ideologies […]

Architecture’s existential crisis pt 3: Goals, ethics, and the people element

In part 1: Architecture is not a Profession, I outlined architecture’s distraction with competitive theories rather than acting as a professional discipline and serving society. In part 2: The Foundations of Architecture, I talked about what architecture is currently based upon, and how to unify these into a governing framework that encompasses all architectural ideologies […]

Architecture’s existential crisis pt 2: The foundations of architecture

In part 1, I outlined architecture’s distraction with competitive theories rather than acting as a professional discipline and serving society. In this part, I will talk a bit about the categories of architectural theories and styles, and how we can unify these. Why theories and styles are inappropriate Goals and foundation are equally important to […]

How to use CodeIgniter’s OpenID library to integrate OpenID in your existing user system.

Apparently OpenID is all the rage nowadays in the coding world and those using the CodeIgniter framework are left all alone without a proper guide on how to get it working. So as a budding programmer I is be halping all of you. Yes, it IS a long post, but it should help if you […]

CodeIgniter – Simple, clean, MVC framework for PHP.

People learning PHP go through the wonderful stages of <?php echo ‘Hello, world!’; ?>, the then branch off into either: 1) Wow! It’s so dynamic! Let’s create everything right here right now! or 2) Wow! It’s so messed up I don’t know $int from $char! Unfortunately, the people who belong in (1) tend to spend […]

Learn how to make a basic website framework.

This will teach you how to setup one page for all pages! So it’ll be a lot easier when changing layouts! Not only that, say GOODBYE to /index.php?page=contact…now you can just have /contact without actually making the directory! This will ALSO teach you how to have a site which you can easily switch version (like […]