Create your own PHP framework using MVC design pattern (Part – 1)

Why Model-View-Controller ?

I am really thinking about Model-View-Controller (formally known as MVC) design pattern for PHP. So read these articles and find some really interesting concepts and make some understanding what we need to think and or not to when we make our own PHP framework.

You may read these articles too if you need have some clear understanding for go further.

1. http://www.tonymarston.net/php-mysql/model-view-controller.html
2. http://phpro.org/tutorials/Model-View-Controller-MVC.html
3. http://www.devshed.com/c/a/PHP/An-Introduction-to-Simulating-the-Model-View-Controller-Schema-in-PHP/

However, my point’s to re-factoring my PHP frameworks are as follows

1. All access of the site must be controlled with index.php.
2. A single point access of all entry is maintained by .htaccess file.
3. Hiding the index.php file form URL.
4. Creating SEO and user friendly URL’s.

cont.

Create your own PHP framework using MVC design pattern (Part – 2)

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About Tanveer
RIA (Rich Internet Application) Developer with a wide variety of business applications. Particularly interested in client/server and relational database design. Always interested in migration projects, as well as close interaction with the DB manufacturers.

3 Responses to Create your own PHP framework using MVC design pattern (Part – 1)

  1. Max says:

    Is there a part two?

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