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.
A QR ("quick response") code is a square barcode that makes getting URLs, location coordinates, any text or contact information onto a phone quickly. With a barcode scanner app installed, you just point your phone's camera at the code to read its contents.
In the second tutorial I am going to introduce the basic principles of CakePHP, so you can grasp its power and see why is it so awesome.
I decided to build a series of tutorials for CakePHP framework. In the first one, I am covering the basics like introducing the framework, installing it and other useful tips for beginning to develop with the robust CakePHP.
As I am enjoying my well deserved holiday on a beautiful Adriatic sea (thus the post image), I will share a small tip with you. Basically, making your post title URL friendly by removing spaces and other simple tasks. This little function may come in handy.