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Re: [PHP] MVC: code in views




I've found the Tiny But Strong (http://www.tinybutstrong.com) to be useful
in separating code from views. You might look into it.

On Sun, Jan 3, 2016 at 5:21 PM, Ashley Sheridan <ash@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

> On Sun, 2016-01-03 at 17:10 -0500, Stephen wrote:
> > On 16-01-03 04:43 PM, Ashley Sheridan wrote:
> > > Hi all,
> > >
> > > Just wanted to get some thoughts from others on the list. Recently I've
> > > been trying to avoid using any PHP code at all in my views at all, not
> > > even an if statement or for loop....
> >
> > My work is not all that complex, but early on I decided to keep the PHP
> > code and the HTML as separate as possible. It makes things much easier
> > when I am adding pages, or creating a new web site.
> >
> > I use CSS for all of the layout and styles of course.
> >
> > The HTML is in a variable that I call $markup, and within that variable
> > are more variables that are populated by the PHP and contain the actual
> > content.
> >
> >
>
> I'm still keeping the HTML separate where possible, not a single tag is
> hard-coded into the PHP, and the HTML view files look like this:
>
> <div class="l-container">
>   <p>some text</p>
>   {{form:register}}
> </div>
> <ul class="l-list--floated unstyled">
>   {{loop:footer_li:Content:get_companies:true}}
> </ul>
>
> The template parts are then handled by class methods.
>
> Anything that would then require building HTML (like the form, for
> example) is built out of tons of snippets for the overall form and each
> element. This does mean loads of view snippets, but I think that's an
> acceptable trade-off.
>
> Thanks,
> Ash
>
> http://www.ashleysheridan.co.uk
>
>
>
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