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Happy Accidents:
Orno Skinny Series Part 1 Building a RESTful API
March 19, 2013 @ 11:36:54

On the Happy Accidents site there's a new post talking about building a RESTful API (part one of the series) using the Orno dependency injection and MVC components.

have recently been writing a collection of PHP components exploring different design patterns for building applications. With the MVC layer close to completion I decided to write a couple of guides on how these components could be wired together to achieve several different application formats. First in this series will highlight the power of OrnoDi when used to resolve your objects, to do this we will be building a simple RESTful api with the minimal amount of configuration and bootstrap code.

He includes instructions to install the components (via Composer) and configure the DI container with the needed settings. He shows examples of the autoloading setup, how to handle the routing and how to create the sample model and controller to respond to the sample REST requests.

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