Examine the building blocks that make any good MVC framework using PHP 8. This book exposes all the considerations that many developers take for granted when using a popular framework, and teaches you how to make this MVC framework your own.
You'll quickly get started writing your first bit of framework code, then, you build a variety of examples using aspects of an MVC framework, including a router, a template engine, a database library, a persistence engine (ORM), and a testing framework. In the next section, you'll implement sessions, caches, file systems, queues, logging, and mail. You'll wrap up by building a larger scale sample web application: a sales website for a company that sells rockets.
Along the way, this book lays bare all the secret parts of MVC to take with you to apply to your own PHP-based MVC projects.
What You Will Learn
Build PHP-based web applications using the model view controller (MVC) architecture
Write your first bit of framework code
Compare the code you write with how the popular frameworks do the same kinds of things
Create various aspects of applications, engines, and other frameworks
Wrap up with a sample case study application
Who This Book Is For
Experienced PHP and web developers. Some prior experience with PHP and web development at least recommended.