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InsicDesigns Blog:
Embracing PHP 5.3 MVC with MiMViC
March 18, 2010 @ 10:33:27

On the InsicDesigns blog there's a new tutorial on using the MiMViC framework

MiMViC is a modular and lightweight PHP 5.3+ Web application framework designed to help build dynamic and robust Web sites. It's theory is based on minimal and framework emphasizes on only core glue for your complex PHP web sites. Today I will show you how to create a shout-box using the MiMViC framework. It won't take you more than 15 mins to get the job done and have friendly URLs as well.

Sample code for the "shoutbox" is included. Their example shows an Apache setup and a MySQL backend (complete with namespace-enabled code). A simple form to take in a "shout" works directly with the framework to save the information quickly and easily.

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NETTUTS.com:
Create a Basic Shoutbox with PHP and SQL
October 03, 2008 @ 13:40:50

The NETTUTs site has a new tutorial posted today with instruction of how to create a simple shoutbox-style mini-app for your site.

In this tutorial, we will be creating a basic 'Shoutbox' system with PHP. Aimed at beginners to PHP development, this allows you to get your feet wet working with databases before moving on to some of the more advanced PHP tutorials here at NETTUTS.

You provide the environment and they provide everything else - the code, the database structure and an explanation of how they all fit together. There's even a demo of the end result in action.

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