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  1. Introduction to FABRIC by Fabrizio Parrella

  2. What is Fabric • Just another PHP framework • Built to be light, fast, no overhead • Simple configuration... in fact... none is needed

  3. Why Fabric • Needed: • Something I had full control on • That could be “Drop and GO” • To “normalize” PHP settings • Wanted: • Something fully OO • Flexible, able to support other packages • phpMailer, smarty, etc..

  4. What does Fabric Do for You ? • Well... nothing really :-) • It helps you to write code faster • I know you hear that before • Core separated from your Code • Heard this too • Gives you a few helpers classes • Integrates with your previous classes/projects fairly easy • Light, Light... Light... did I mention.. light ? • Just a couple files are really needed

  5. What Do You Need /web - configurable main folder/web/bin - core classes created by the developer/web/etc - configuration files (and possible other needed files) /web/etc/hooks - location for the files used with the hook class/web/etc/lang - location for the files used by the lang class/web/etc/periodic - cron files/web/include - _functions.php – loading class function/web/lib - helper classes needed by /bin/web/logs - location that can be used to store logs/web/sbin - system binary, stand alone classes/web/slib - system libraries, those files needs /bin to work/web/tmp - location that can be used to store temporary files/web/tpl - template folder/web/usr - location that can be used for user uploaded files/cron.php - cron file, simply cron it to run once every minute/index.php - generic configuration/.htaccess - a few redirects

  6. Helpers • table_prototype • uri parsing and creator • cron • exceptions • config • email • cookies/sessions/cache • etc....

  7. What do you need to know • lc() and ll() • /[s]bin and /[s]lib • /bin/path/class.php = lc('path_class') • /lib/path/class.php = ll('path_class') • /[bin|lib]/path/class.php == class path_class(){}; • {ll('class')->function();}==={$class = ll('class'); $class->function();} • ll('class')->function1()->function2()->.... ll() and lc() might be consolidated into one function as well as sbin and slib. A function will be created for sbin/slib and one for bin/lib

  8. What happens when hitting a page • .htaccess (not necessary, but it makes it prettier) • Index.php • setting up constants and other vars • include the functions file [ lc() and ll() ] • include fabric • autoload classes (URI always loaded. The rest is configurable, default: none ) • load called CLASS/TASK, or fail over if not found (usually an error page or “did you mean system”. configurable) • load 'display' and outputs the page (if any)

  9. What does the Code Look Like 1 Sample Code: www.mysite.com/home.html The extension (.html) is optional and configurable /fabric/bin/home.php <?php if (!defined('BASEPATH')) exit('No direct script access allowed'); class home{ public function __construct(){ $task = lc('uri')->get(TASK_KEY, 'home'); if(!method_exists($this,'web_'.$task) || !is_callable(array($this,'web_'.$task))){ $task = 'home'; } ll('display')->assign('task',$task); $this->{'web_'.$task}(); } public function web_home(){ $page_title = 'Home Page'; ll('display')->assign('title', $page_title); ll('display')->show('home'); } } ?> P.S.: Soon the __construct will be optional

  10. What does the Code Look Like 2 Sample Code: www.mysite.com/home.html The extension (.html) is optional and configurable /fabric/tpl/home.php <html> <head> <title><?=$title?></title> </head> <body> Welcome !! <br /><br /> The Current Task is <?=$task?>;<br /><br /> And now let's Generate a warning message <?=$nonexistent_var?><br /><br /> Let's Output All the assigned vars <?php ll('output')->debug($this->get()); //ll('output')->debug($this->get(), '_DIE'); //This will kill the page after the output ?> </body> </html> Page won't be generated until the /bin/home.php class finishes

  11. WHERE TO FIND IT ? • Soon to be posted on github. as soon as I figure out how WEBSITE ? • None yet.... planning on www.phpfabric.com WANT TO TRY IT OUT ? • email me at fabrizio@bibivu.com and I'll email you a zip file suggestions are very VERY welcome See it in action on: • www.queensboro.com • www.pbidir.com • www.storefrunt.com • www.bsdstats.org