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Beginning CakePHP: From Novice to Professional / Edition 1
     

Beginning CakePHP: From Novice to Professional / Edition 1

by David Golding
 

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ISBN-10: 1430209771

ISBN-13: 2901430209774

Pub. Date: 07/24/2008

Publisher: Apress

CakePHP is a leading PHP–based web app development framework. When asking a question on forums or chat rooms, many CakePHP beginners get little help from the experts. Simple questions can get a response like, “Well, just read the online manual and API.” Unfortunately, the online manual is depreciated, and who wants to absorb a programming language

Overview

CakePHP is a leading PHP–based web app development framework. When asking a question on forums or chat rooms, many CakePHP beginners get little help from the experts. Simple questions can get a response like, “Well, just read the online manual and API.” Unfortunately, the online manual is depreciated, and who wants to absorb a programming language or framework from an API? Beginning CakePHP will do the following:

  • Lead you from a basic setup of CakePHP to building a couple applications that will highlight CakePHP’s functionality and capabilities without delving too deeply into the PHP language, but rather what the CakePHP framework can offer the developer.
  • Teach you to use CakePHP by incorporating advanced features into your web development projects.
  • Target beginners of CakePHP or web frameworks in general as well as experienced developers with limited exposure to CakePHP. A secondary audience may include developers undecided on adopting CakePHP or business managers trying to assess the value of incorporating CakePHP into their toolbox.


Product Details

ISBN-13:
2901430209774
Publisher:
Apress
Publication date:
07/24/2008
Series:
The Expert's Voice in Web Development Series
Edition description:
2008
Pages:
344

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Installing and Running CakePHP
  3. Creating a To-Do List Application
  4. Naming Files and Designing the Database
  5. Creating Simple Views and Baking in the Console
  6. Customizing Views
  7. Working with Controllers and Models
  8. Implementing Ajax Features
  9. Helpers
  10. Routes
  11. Components and Utilities
  12. Vendors
  13. Plugins
  14. DataSources and Behaviors
  15. Wrapping Up the Application



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