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Build your own MVC Framework Getting your Framework Up And Running
October 16, 2009 @ 12:00:26

On developer.com today they've posted the third part of their series about getting your own home-brew PHP MVC application framework up and running.

Welcome to the third part of our voyage into the world of MVC. Our mission: To build an MVC framework that is: Simple, Extensible, Lightweight, Versatile, Fast-loading, Self Templating

In this new part the look at exception handling, create a simple "hello world" example and things to watch out for in their simple framework's current state - like the access control issues it might face.

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