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Bence Eros' Blog:
Request execution in Kohana 3.1
January 03, 2011 @ 08:40:36

In a new post to his blog, Bence Eros takes a look at the request execution path that your Kohana-based application goes through each time a page request is made.

Yesterday Kohana 3.1 RC1 has been announced and tagged. I think now it's time to get familiar it. In this post I'm going to examine the refactored request execution workflow. Let's start with the bootstrap mechanism.

He notes that most of the changes don't happen at the boostrap level. They're more behind the scenes than that, with changes in how it works within the HMVC design pattern. He talks about the changes in the Request objetct's constructor, factory and client methods. He also includes a full flow of a request for a sample welcome controller, describing the steps it falls into and a list of classes that the Request object may have used.

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