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Posts Tagged ‘kohana’

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. […]

Separating the core application from the delivery framework with Kohana

This post is about developing web applications that don’t depend on the web. MVC is probably the most popular architecture for web applications. But what’s interesting about MVC is that it’s not actually an architecture meant for your core application. It is merely a delivery mechanism. With this in mind – a well developed application […]

One project finishes construction, another starts.

Blog posts are getting a little r- wait a minute- oh, there haven’t been many blog posts! This of course doesn’t mean I’ve been lounging around doing nothing, but probably means I’m doing more since I’m not clearing out the random gunk that accumulates in that little hole in my brain. Anyways, firstly the project […]