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DevShed:
Factoring Content Boxes with the Factory Pattern in PHP 5
July 09, 2007 @ 14:36:00

DevShed finishes off their look at using the Factory design pattern in a PHP5 application with this last part of the series - using the pattern in factoring content boxes on your site.

I'd like to put the tiny details of the factory pattern to the side (at least momentarily) and introduce the topics that I plan to cover in this final article of the series. In this last tutorial I'm going to teach you how to implement this useful pattern to build a bunch of highly-customizable content boxes, which can be quickly included into any web page.

Building on the foundation from previous parts of the series, they create the different boxes with different types (like GreyContentBox and BlueContentBox based on ContentBox) and displaying them to a page via calls to their Factory interfaces.

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