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Jan Lehnardt's Blog:
REST Controller for PHP Applications
December 24, 2007 @ 10:11:00

Jan Lehnardt has been working up a REST controller for a PHP application he's been developing and has posted a minimalistic structure for one he's worked up.

One of the projects involves very little code and I do not want to use a full fledged framework there. Another one is using Code Igniter which does not handle REST by default (as far as I can tell). So I wrote a minimal REST application controller that easy to integrate and very flexible.

His example makes a base class that is extended by each of the controllers needing REST functionality. It includes methods for dispatching, error handling, responding and passing the call to the right handler.

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