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This package is a model view controller micro-framework.
It provides base MVC classes to implement Web applications.
Currently it provides a router class that dispatches the request to a controller class based on the request URL, a view class that loads the current view script, a database access class, a configuration class to set environment variables, etc..
Fox is a MVC micro-framework written in PHP for building fast, simple and small applications. It emerged from a dark season, when I had issues with my internet connection and needed to do a simple test. Even away from contemporary world, from composer and from modern and cool libraries, I could still solve my problem :)
`git clone https://github.com/joubertredrat/fox.git`
In your apache installation, set `public` folder as your document root and done, it's working!
In a near future, I will provide
Extremely slim: `fox` directory's size is only 124 KB.
Written in pure PHP: you don't need any external library to get it running.
Dynamic router to controller, (see How does it work?.
Composer friendly: you can add any library you want without trouble.
Object-Oriented Controller and Model (and View, maybe sometime later).
How does it work?
Fox has a Dynamic router, based on uri requests into public/index.php, as shown below:
/users/list-admin/br = request
| users == Controller\Users |
request => index.php => router | list-admin == listAdmin() | => Controller\Users->listAdmin(arg) => View
| br == arg <= br |
[ ] Provide this through `composer create-project`.
[ ] Decouple routing from Apache's mod-rewrite, so it could run with Nginx or PHP built-in webserver, for example.
[ ] Refactor View to OOP aproach.
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