bittokazi/php-simple-mvc-framework

PHP framework made for simplicity

0.5.2 2018-12-21 13:19 UTC

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Last update: 2024-06-15 09:17:35 UTC


README

Start by downloading through composer:

  • composer create-project bittokazi/php-simple-mvc-framework

PHP Simple Model View Control(MVC) Framework

Simple Model View and Control Framework Built on PHP.

  • Define Routes With Specfic Controller Class Method
  • Define All Configuration in a single config File
  • Database Migration Feature
  • Database Seed Option
  • Install, Uninstall, Seed Database with specific link in Development Mode
  • Filter option works as middleware
  • Moduler Option, add New Features to the Framework as Module
  • Module Configuragtion file (Dont want to use a module? just deactivate it)
  • Namespacing for every class file
  • Interceptor Feature added for modules(Intercepts even before filters)
  • Add View file as you want and call it from controller method
  • ORM module ADDED for easier database operation

Upcoming Features!

  • Templating Engine Module.

Installation

Through Composer

  • composer create-project bittokazi/php-simple-mvc-framework
  • Database migrations:
    • composer db:install
    • composer db:seed
    • composer db:uninstall

Standalone installation

Just Copy and Paste where you want to run the application and start development!

All the request will go to /public folder

Define Database Migration classes in "database" folder and browse these URLs for Install, Uninstall and Seed (Works in Development mode only)

Install -> http://localhost/php-mvc/public/install.mvc
Uninstall -> http://localhost/php-mvc/public/uninstall.mvc
Seed -> http://localhost/php-mvc/public/seed.mvc

Route Declare

Declare Routes for Request in "config/routes.php" file (GET/POST Supported Currently). Example

Routes::get(contoller, link); Routes::get(contoller#method, link); Routes::get(contoller#method, link, filter);

Here "?id" is the path variable.

<?php
Routes::get('FrontController', '/');
Routes::get('FrontController#get_id', '/?id');
Routes::get('FrontController#get', '/home/go');
Routes::post('FrontController#post', '/home/go');
Routes::get('FrontController#get_id', '/idea/?id');*/
Routes::get('FrontController#get_r', '/home/id/?id/r/?r');

Routes::get('Backend/Login', '/dashboard/login');
Routes::post('Backend/Login#check_login', '/dashboard/login');
Routes::get('Backend/Login#logout', '/dashboard/logout');
Routes::get('Backend/Dashboard', '/dashboard', 'Backend/Authentication');
?>

Database Migration file

All database Migration class Files will go in "database/" folder. Example Database Migration Class

<?php
namespace Database;

use Core\Database;
use Core\Auth;

class all_database extends Database {
    public function install() {
        $this->query('CREATE TABLE user (
                id INT(11) UNSIGNED AUTO_INCREMENT PRIMARY KEY,
                username VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL UNIQUE,
                password VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL,
                email VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL UNIQUE,
                firstname VARCHAR(30),
                lastname VARCHAR(30),
                status VARCHAR(30),
                role VARCHAR(30)
                )');

        $this->query('CREATE TABLE user_status (
                id INT(3) UNSIGNED AUTO_INCREMENT PRIMARY KEY,
                title VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL UNIQUE
                )');

        $this->query('CREATE TABLE user_role (
                id INT(3) UNSIGNED AUTO_INCREMENT PRIMARY KEY,
                title VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL UNIQUE
                )');

        $this->query('CREATE TABLE user_notes (
                id INT(11) UNSIGNED AUTO_INCREMENT PRIMARY KEY,
                title VARCHAR(255) NOT NULL UNIQUE,
                content TEXT
                )');

    }
    public function seed() {
        $this->query("INSERT INTO user_status VALUES('', 'Active')");
        $this->query("INSERT INTO user_role VALUES('', 'Administrator')");
        $this->query("INSERT INTO user_role VALUES('', 'User')");
        $this->query("INSERT INTO user VALUES('', 'admin', '".Auth::CryptBf('password')."', 'bitto.kazi@gmail.com', 'N/A',          'N/A', '1', '1')");
        $this->query("INSERT INTO user VALUES('', 'user', '".Auth::CryptBf('password')."', 'bitto.kazi1@gmail.com', 'N/A',          'N/A', '1', '2')");
    }
    public function uninstall() {
        $this->query('DROP TABLE user_status');
        $this->query('DROP TABLE user_role');
        $this->query('DROP TABLE user');
        $this->query('DROP TABLE user_notes');
    }
}
?>

You can use prepared statements like this example in Model files

<?php
namespace App\Models;

use Core\Model;
use Core\Auth;

public function all() {

        return $this->DB()->prepared_select('SELECT *, user.id as id FROM user INNER JOIN user_role ON user.role=user_role.id', '', array());

    }
?>