Short Course Lecture, Mar 16, 2009, 03:30PM - 04:30PM, Wachman 447

Short Course Lecture, Mar 16, 2009, 03:30PM - 04:30PM, Wachman 447


Building Custom PHP Frameworks to Scale, Part I


Henry Paradiz

There are plenty of open source frameworks already available for PHP. So much so that it might be confusing as to which you should use. In this series of four talks I'll be teaching you how to build a framework from scratch so that you can pick and choose what you need and do not need in your framework. Topics covered will be writing a mysql and memcache driver, class autoloading, output buffer management, template management, URL rewrite control, and a simple but secure example of a login system. Some examples of AJAX utilizing the Prototype JavaScript library will also be demonstrated.

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