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CakePHP uses awesome built in find types to retrieve your data. Why stop there when you can write your own find types. Here is how.
Finally, the second part to CakePHP theming tutorial. I am continuing where we left of and adjusting the theme and views to finish this part of the Jobs board CakePHP application.
Today we are going to make a front end theme for our Jobs Board project. CakePHP has quite powerful theme support which is really easy to implement.
CakePHP is great for making multiple themes for your application. Today I will show a little bit of theory involving themes, layouts, views and helpers in CakePHP.
In the last tutorial, we baked model, controllers and views for our Job board application. Today, we are going to see what exactly was generated and change that code a little to better fit our needs.
I am continuing the series with baking the rest of the application. Today, we are going to build a relationship between all three tables, so our models, controllers and view can be generated properly.
The CakePHP Bake console can create any of CakePHP’s basic ingredients: models, views and controllers. And I am not just talking skeleton classes: Bake can create a fully functional application in just a few minutes.
I am going to continue where we left off in the last tutorial. Today I am going to show you data validation in CakePHP and finish with Routing.
I know I promised a live example web application, but have just realized that I need to dive a little bit deeper into framework. The best way to do this is doing a one table small application in Cake PHP.