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comment How to design (just the outline) an enterprise class PHP application
Oh, I have. I have broken the project down into the core to run the system, the builtin modules (about 18), then as individual plugin libraries (about 22, all together, 130ish modules). And that does become manageable, but when it comes to planning them, as well as their interactions and dependencies, it turns into a mess. But that is the route I am presently taking, and it is getting good
Oct
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comment How to design (just the outline) an enterprise class PHP application
I have, but there are so many cross overs in each level, as well as a mass between the levels. It does feel more like a graph of dependencies of modules on each other
Oct
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comment How to design (just the outline) an enterprise class PHP application
This is for me, but will probably have other people looking at it in the future. 1) Absolutely, love the visual representation, but UML sometimes gets just as messy by becoming a great big mass of arrows and connections. 2) Naming conventions are something that I have already dealt with. I know what layout and what Naming convention I am going to use. 3) Absolutely, but sadly, that was one of the first things I cut out, and I was left with 20 pages of docs (down from 50). 4) More for production code, at this stage, the Coding wont happen for a while, but could provide a starting point
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accepted Should I put utility methods inside a class?
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comment Should I put utility methods inside a class?
@SeanMcSomething that's a good point too. I want to try to keep it as simple to follow as possible for developers in the future
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comment Should I put utility methods inside a class?
@jozefg Ah, that seems best. If you wanna put that as an answer, ill tick it to get the question of stackexchanges radar
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comment Should I put utility methods inside a class?
Sorry, i should really know that, but i meant store as in the code. Sorry to be misleading
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comment Should I put utility methods inside a class?
Database? What Database? I am not using this as an ORM or anything like that, just a way to store procedures. So if I want to get the current URL, i would call request_url(), or Request::url()
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comment Designing a SQL-like encapsulation object for programmatic use
@user61852 not reinventing anything, its for learning, if people dont knows how any of the libraries they use work, there will be no progression, and the libraries will stagnate and never become good. p.s. the wheel is the most reinvented item of all time...
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comment Designing a SQL-like encapsulation object for programmatic use
I'm doing this in PHP, also, know how to do it will allow me to enact the same concepts in other languages should I need it. Besides, I would really like to know, as this problem has been going in circles in my head for ages, so I would really like a solution :)
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revised Designing an scalable message queue architecture
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