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
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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