Posts Tagged ‘mvc’

Application Frameworks – How and Why

May 20th, 2010 Leave a comment
Application Frameworks - How and Why

Frameworks have become very popular for web development. There are frameworks available for almost every language including Ruby (Rails, Merb), Python (Django), Java (Spring, Hibernate), and PHP (Zend, CakePHP, Symfony). Most frameworks in use today enforce the model-view-controller (MVC) design pattern. This design pattern segments the code dealing with the database, the business logic and the user interface. Different frameworks include different sets of features, but they all have a number of common ways in which they operate. These common features provide a number of benefits to the developer working with a framework. Models: Object Relational… View full post »

Why Use a PHP Framework?

February 25th, 2010 Leave a comment
Why Use a PHP Framework?

Frameworks for use in web development have been steadily gaining in popularity. Some web technologies, such as Ruby on Rails, are frameworks. Others, like CSS, are benefiting from the emergence of new frameworks like Blueprint CSS. There are a number of high quality frameworks for use with PHP. These frameworks bring a number of benefits to your PHP development. And it is these benefits that are why you should use a PHP framework. Model-View-Controller (MVC) Most PHP frameworks are based on the design pattern known as Model-View-Controller (MVC). This design pattern uses object oriented code to… View full post »