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DevShed:
Building Loader Apps in PHP
May 28, 2009 @ 09:37:51

In this first part of a new series in application development, DevShed looks at building a loader for various resources inside your app.

Loading sources on the fly is one of the most common tasks that PHP programmers have to tackle during the development of web applications. This typical situation must be faced independently of the scale of the programs being created. This means a loader mechanism must be developed.

Their basic loader class uses a call to a load() method to do two things - check to ensure that a file exists and, if it does, include it (technically a require_once). They also put a bit of exception handling around it to help catch any errors thrown on the include.

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