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Pádraic Brady's Blog:
Patterns for PHP An Update
July 08, 2006 @ 07:11:23

On Pádraic Brady's blog, he gives an update on his "Patterns for PHP" project he's been working up. He's made the move from DocuWiki to MediaWiki for the structure of the site.

As part of the migration, I grabbed a very lightweight theme and implemented my own changes to spruce it up and patch some small errors the original authors made. With some new colouring the result is a clean design with an open space feel and just a feather brush of colour.

I even got around to creating a simple logo to replace the text heading! This slew of changes makes all the difference to how the website is presented, and avoids the overly crowded "I'm an encylopedia!" feel of Wikipedia. Time to start moving to a proper domain...

The patterns site has also been populated with some info already - details on four patterns: Singleton, Registry, Factory, and Abstract Factory.

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