On Sat, Nov 26, 2011 at 01:38:28AM +0100, Andreas wrote:

> Hi again,
> is there a tutorial for the structure of an php-app?
> There are more than enough books and online docs that teach the
> basics of PHP and of course the native mysql commands.
> I'd now rather need a help to figure out how to pull up a wee bit
> more complex app.
> I know how to connect to a DB even though it might not be mysql. I
> can select stuff and dump it into a HTML table.
> Actually I prefer PDO and PostgreSQL.
> Is there a tutorial that teaches how to construct a app with a
> 2-column design.
> E.g. a menue frame on the left and a bigger content area on the right.
> So a click on a menue item would dynamically display a form or a
> list in the content area.
> What is a good way to glue everthing together between login and logout.
> I know cookies and sessions and I suspect those were a way to do it.
> How would I integrate a template system like smarty?
> It weren't bad if there were clues about AJAX, too.
> I'm in search of a way to extend the knowledge about bricks, tubes
> and cables to the wisdom to actually build a house out of those
> things.

Aside from the fact that, yes, much of what you're asking for has to do
with the user interface and not PHP, there is no ONE way to build a PHP
app. PHP is flexible enough to allow you to do it any of a number of


Paul M. Foster

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